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Bioprinting Ear Tissue Tagged Rare Disease Treatment

3-D bioprinter

A company developing 3-D printed outer ear tissue received a rare pediatric disease designation on its treatment designed for children. . . . → Read More: Bioprinting Ear Tissue Tagged Rare Disease Treatment

Once-a-Month Contraceptive Pill Demonstrated

Monthly contraceptive

A contraceptive capsule is shown in tests with pigs to release and maintain detectable levels of birth control drugs in the blood stream for up to 29 days. . . . → Read More: Once-a-Month Contraceptive Pill Demonstrated

AI-Based Discovery Seeks Non-Opioid Pain Drugs

Neuron

A new initiative aims to find non-opioid treatments for chronic pain targeting specific nerve cells that initiate pain sensations. . . . → Read More: AI-Based Discovery Seeks Non-Opioid Pain Drugs

Fine Fibers Spun to Deliver Brain Tumor Treatments

Electrospun fibers

A process for spinning thin polymer fibers loaded with chemotherapy drugs is shown in tests with lab animals to deliver treatments directly to brain tumors. . . . → Read More: Fine Fibers Spun to Deliver Brain Tumor Treatments

Broad Inst, Biotech Partner on Immune-Safe Crispr

Feng Zhang

A company designing synthetic proteins and the Broad Institute are developing ways to reduce the threat of edited genes producing an immune-system response. . . . → Read More: Broad Inst, Biotech Partner on Immune-Safe Crispr

Trial to Test Engineered Amino Acid for Schizophrenia

Brain activity graphic

A clinical trial plans to test a modified amino acid as an added treatment for schizophrenia that its developers say works differently than most current drugs. . . . → Read More: Trial to Test Engineered Amino Acid for Schizophrenia

Engineered Virus Aids Gene Therapy Delivery

Adeno-associated virus

A university bio-engineering lab and start-up company are developing synthetic variations of viruses to more reliably deliver gene therapies. . . . → Read More: Engineered Virus Aids Gene Therapy Delivery

Biotech Licenses Gene-Limiting Technology for Allergies

DNA puzzle

A biotechnology company developing treatments for skin conditions is acquiring a technology for limiting effects of genes causing asthma and allergic reactions. . . . → Read More: Biotech Licenses Gene-Limiting Technology for Allergies

Company, Univ. Lab Partner on Skin Disease Treatment

Spray bottle

A company making regenerative skin therapies and a medical school research center are developing a spray-on treatment for a genetic skin disorder. . . . → Read More: Company, Univ. Lab Partner on Skin Disease Treatment

Cell, Gene Therapy R&D/Mfring Center in Works

Lab flasks

A consortium of companies, universities, and hospitals are creating an innovation and manufacturing center in the Boston area for cell and gene therapies. . . . → Read More: Cell, Gene Therapy R&D/Mfring Center in Works