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Home Eye Pressure Gauge in the Works

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An easy-to-use device for measuring intraocular pressure responsible for glaucoma is in development by University of Pittsburgh biomedical engineers. . . . → Read More: Home Eye Pressure Gauge in the Works

Univ Lab, Company Developing Phone-Based Virus Sensor

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A biotechnology company is sponsoring university research on light waves reacting in characteristic patterns for detecting SARS-CoV-2 viruses by a smartphone camera. . . . → Read More: Univ Lab, Company Developing Phone-Based Virus Sensor

Brain Signal Synchronization Device in Development

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An implantable mental health therapy system is being designed to synchronize signaling rhythms from various regions of the brain. . . . → Read More: Brain Signal Synchronization Device in Development

Space Mission Testing Sail to Return Launch Vehicles

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A space mission in November will test a device that works like a sail to bring back launch vehicles faster, designed by university aerospace lab and start-up company. . . . → Read More: Space Mission Testing Sail to Return Launch Vehicles

Ultrasound Boosts Cancer Gene Therapy

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Ultrasound waves are shown in tests with lab mice to increase the uptake of a gene therapy that invokes the immune system in treating solid tumor cancers. . . . → Read More: Ultrasound Boosts Cancer Gene Therapy

Fast Covid-19 Antibody Test Gets BARDA Funds

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A company developing point-of-care diagnostics is receiving a federal government contract for a one-drop blood test that detects Covid-19 virus antibodies in five minutes. . . . → Read More: Fast Covid-19 Antibody Test Gets BARDA Funds

Non-Invasive Fetal Oxygen Monitor Designed

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A university engineering lab created a device that safely monitors a fetus’s blood oxygen levels from outside the mother’s abdomen, which could reduce the rate of cesarean sections. . . . → Read More: Non-Invasive Fetal Oxygen Monitor Designed

MD Anderson to Advance Laser Immunotherapy

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An experimental cancer treatment that uses lasers to activate drugs that invoke the immune system is being evaluated by MD Anderson Cancer Center. . . . → Read More: MD Anderson to Advance Laser Immunotherapy

NIH Funds Light-Aided Gene Therapy for Eye Disease

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A company creating a gene therapy for age-related macular degeneration activated with near-infrared rays received an NIH grant to advance its technology. . . . → Read More: NIH Funds Light-Aided Gene Therapy for Eye Disease

Labs Creating Mask Electronic Sterilization Process

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Researchers from academic engineering and biology labs designed an electronic process for sterilizing N95 respirator face masks enabling their safe reuse. . . . → Read More: Labs Creating Mask Electronic Sterilization Process