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Chip Device Performs Detailed Cancer Cell Analysis

HydroSeq chip

A lab-on-a-chip device shows in tests with cancer patient blood samples to detect and analyze circulating tumor cells providing precise therapy targets. . . . → Read More: Chip Device Performs Detailed Cancer Cell Analysis

Smartphone System Screens for Ear Infections

Ear fluid app

Computer scientists and medical researchers created a screening device for children’s ear infections with an app and algorithm on an ordinary smartphone. . . . → Read More: Smartphone System Screens for Ear Infections

Microrobot Swarm Breaks Up Bacterial Biofilms

Demonstration of CAR devices

A medical-engineering team designed tiny robots that in lab tests remove large patches of bacterial communities called biofilms found growing on medical devices and human teeth. . . . → Read More: Microrobot Swarm Breaks Up Bacterial Biofilms

Crispr Made More Immune-System Safe

Crispr-Cas9 illustration

Researchers at Arizona State University created a process to make the genome editing technique Crispr less likely to cause an immune system reaction in patients. . . . → Read More: Crispr Made More Immune-System Safe

Gel Boosts T-Cells for Cancer Treatments

T-cells illustration

A biomedical engineering team devised techniques using a gel to produce more engineered T-cells, which in lab mice stopped the growth of tumors. . . . → Read More: Gel Boosts T-Cells for Cancer Treatments

Patent Awarded for Engineered T-Cell Cancer Therapy

Human T-cell

An experimental treatment using a person’s modified T-cells from the immune system to attack solid tumor cancers received a U.S. patent. . . . → Read More: Patent Awarded for Engineered T-Cell Cancer Therapy

Skin Bacteria Therapy Tested in Kids with Eczema

Child with atopic dermatitis

A clinical trial is underway testing a form of bacteria sprayed on the skin that oxidize ammonia as a treatment for atopic dermatitis, or eczema, in children and teens. . . . → Read More: Skin Bacteria Therapy Tested in Kids with Eczema

Start-Up Creating Touch Sensing for Visual Images

Ting Zhang and Shruthi Suresh

A start-up company spun off from Purdue University is developing a system that translates visual images to touch-sensing signals for people with limited visual abilities. . . . → Read More: Start-Up Creating Touch Sensing for Visual Images

Wireless Sensors Monitor Newborns in ICUs

Amy Paller and Taschana Taylor

An international team developed two wireless sensors that safely monitor the vital signs of newborn infants in intensive care units, replacing the multiple wired devices used today. . . . → Read More: Wireless Sensors Monitor Newborns in ICUs

MIT Spins-Off 32 Start-Ups in 2018

Lesley Millar-Nicholson

Research done at Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 2018 led to creation of 32 new start-up enterprises as well as hundreds of licenses and patents. . . . → Read More: MIT Spins-Off 32 Start-Ups in 2018