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Infographic – Earth Orbits Getting More Crowded

Chart: Increasing space junk

The rate of new earth-orbit launches is accelerating, with OECD expecting tens of thousands of new satellites launched in the next five years. . . . → Read More: Infographic – Earth Orbits Getting More Crowded

Industry-Univ. Team Assessing Electronic Brain Biomarkers

Brain cell networks

A developer of software analyzing brain signals for neurological disease indicators is engaging medical researchers to help assess the software in real-world settings. . . . → Read More: Industry-Univ. Team Assessing Electronic Brain Biomarkers

Infographic – Moon Missions Planned in Decade

Chart: Moon missions to 2030

The U.S. program is just one of a number of planned missions to the moon, both government- and industry-sponsored, from several countries. . . . → Read More: Infographic – Moon Missions Planned in Decade

Companies Partner on Optimal Parkinson’s Drug Delivery

neurons

Two companies are developing a system to identify optimal times for people with Parkinson’s disease to take their symptom-reducing medications. . . . → Read More: Companies Partner on Optimal Parkinson’s Drug Delivery

Semiconductor Tech Drug Discovery Company Underway

Neurons on electrodes

A drug discovery company with an electronic screening process based on semiconductor technology is starting up and raising $9.25 million in seed funds. . . . → Read More: Semiconductor Tech Drug Discovery Company Underway

NASA Supporting Electric Alternative to Rocket Launch

SpinLaunch accelerator

A company creating an electric-powered launch technology says NASA agreed to a test later this year of a space satellite launched in low earth orbit. . . . → Read More: NASA Supporting Electric Alternative to Rocket Launch

Networked Defibrillator Gains $22M in Early Funds

Heart health

A company creating a networked community defibrillator device for people suffering cardiac arrest is raising $22 million in its first venture round. . . . → Read More: Networked Defibrillator Gains $22M in Early Funds

New Industry, Academic Studies Arrive at Space Station

International Space Station

Several experiments from companies and academic labs arrived today at the International Space Station to test effects of microgravity and other conditions. . . . → Read More: New Industry, Academic Studies Arrive at Space Station

Start-Ups Partner on Quantum Computing and Longevity

Quantum physics

Two companies formed in the last two years are applying quantum computing and artificial intelligence to discover new treatments for improving human longevity. . . . → Read More: Start-Ups Partner on Quantum Computing and Longevity

Spinal Fusion/Stimulation Trial for Back Pain Underway

A clinical trial is underway testing an implanted device providing electronic stimulation along with spinal fusion surgery to treat chronic lower back pain. . . . → Read More: Spinal Fusion/Stimulation Trial for Back Pain Underway