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Engineered Hens Produce Human Proteins in Eggs

Genetically-modified chickens

An animal biology lab in Scotland developed genetically engineered chickens that efficiently produce human therapeutic proteins in their eggs. . . . → Read More: Engineered Hens Produce Human Proteins in Eggs

Univ. Spin-Off Creates Concussion Detection App

Eye measurements

A start-up enterprise begun by students at Purdue University developed an iPhone app that detects mild brain injuries by measuring responses of eyes to light. . . . → Read More: Univ. Spin-Off Creates Concussion Detection App

Consortium to Speed Vaccine Production

Syringe

An alliance of research organizations is designing ways to cut the time needed to develop, test, and manufacture new vaccines to as little as 6 months. . . . → Read More: Consortium to Speed Vaccine Production

Crispr Deployed to Stop Disease, Pest Insects

Nikolay Kandul and Omar Akbari

A genetics lab is using the genome editing technique Crispr to create sterilized male insects, which can lead to fewer disease-spreading and farm pest insects. . . . → Read More: Crispr Deployed to Stop Disease, Pest Insects

Brain Stimulation, Recording Device Advances

Wand integrated circuits

An implanted device that both records activity and stimulates precise brain regions is shown to operate in lab monkeys, advancing its potential for neurological diseases. . . . → Read More: Brain Stimulation, Recording Device Advances

Eye Drops Reverse Infected Eye Scarring

Eyes looking at laptop

Eye drops containing a therapeutic protein and applied as a gel, are shown in lab mice to remove scar tissue from the surface of infected or damaged corneas. . . . → Read More: Eye Drops Reverse Infected Eye Scarring

Patent Set for Long-Term Drug Capsules

Star-shaped drug delivery

Techniques for delivering drugs in capsule form that last a week or longer in the patient are expected to receive a patent soon from U.S. authorities. . . . → Read More: Patent Set for Long-Term Drug Capsules

Nanotech Polymers Deliver More Effective Arthritis Therapy

Knee joint X-ray

A chemical engineering lab developed a process to help proteins combined with nanoscale polymers penetrate the cartilage in lab rodents and boost treatment for damage caused by osteoarthritis. . . . → Read More: Nanotech Polymers Deliver More Effective Arthritis Therapy

Vital Signs Electronic Tag Designed to Aid First Responders

VitalTag illustration

A simple electronic monitoring device that adheres to the chest aims to provide basic vital signs data to first responders and emergency medical staff in mass casualty situations. . . . → Read More: Vital Signs Electronic Tag Designed to Aid First Responders

Company Formed to Advance Sickle Cell Gene Therapy

Sickle cell illustration

A Swiss medical technologies company and Cincinnati Children’s hospital in Ohio are starting a new enterprise to commercialize research on gene therapies for inherited blood disorders. . . . → Read More: Company Formed to Advance Sickle Cell Gene Therapy