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Economical, Sustainable Biochemical Process Devised

Vials with HMF

A chemical engineering lab designed a cost-effective process for a basic raw material to produce chemicals and plastics from plants. . . . → Read More: Economical, Sustainable Biochemical Process Devised

Synthetic Soft Tissue Developed for Surgery

Surgery

Researchers developed a synthetic soft tissue for plastic and reconstructive surgery that in animal tests looks and performs more like real tissue. . . . → Read More: Synthetic Soft Tissue Developed for Surgery

Kidney Diagnostics Receive FDA Breakthrough Tag

Data and person graphic

An algorithm-driven diagnostic test for chronic kidney disease is receiving a breakthrough device designation from the Food and Drug Administration. . . . → Read More: Kidney Diagnostics Receive FDA Breakthrough Tag

Smartphone System Detects Diabetic Eye Disease

Yannis Paulus

An ophthalmology lab at University of Michigan developed a smartphone-based system that speeds screening for an eye disease resulting from diabetes. . . . → Read More: Smartphone System Detects Diabetic Eye Disease

DNA Nanoscale Capsules Designed for Drug Delivery

DNA illustration

Researchers in Finland developed tiny drug-delivery capsules made of folded pieces of DNA, with the capsules opening and closing in specified chemical environments. . . . → Read More: DNA Nanoscale Capsules Designed for Drug Delivery

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

A.I. Speeds Infant Genetic Disease Diagnostics

Baby in NICU

Hospital, academic, and industry researchers devised automated techniques including artificial intelligence to sharply reduce the time for diagnosing genetic diseases in infants. . . . → Read More: A.I. Speeds Infant Genetic Disease Diagnostics

Natural-Sounding Speech Produced from Brain Signals

Gopala Anumanchipalli with electrode implant

A neuroscience lab created a virtual speech-generating vocal system that produces natural sounding human speech by interpreting activity in the brain. . . . → Read More: Natural-Sounding Speech Produced from Brain Signals

Simple Process Devised for Synthetic Mother-of-Pearl

Abalone shell

Researchers in the U.S. and Europe developed a simple, inexpensive, and sustainable process to grow synthetic nacre, also known as mother-of-pearl. . . . → Read More: Simple Process Devised for Synthetic Mother-of-Pearl

Tissue Chip Experiments Set for Space Station

Astronaut with tissue chip

A collection of 4 new tissue chip experiments are among the payloads to be sent next week to the International Space Station or ISS. . . . → Read More: Tissue Chip Experiments Set for Space Station