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Smartphone Saliva Test Detects Infectious Diseases

Smartphone system developers

A university engineering lab designed a simple, inexpensive point-of-care device, powered by a smartphone, to detect infectious and other diseases. . . . → Read More: Smartphone Saliva Test Detects Infectious Diseases

Gene Therapy Licensed for Multiple Aging Diseases

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A university spin-off company developing treatments to extend the lifetimes of dogs is gaining a gene therapy for preventing multiple age-related diseases. . . . → Read More: Gene Therapy Licensed for Multiple Aging Diseases

Blood Cancers Respond to Cord Blood Cells

Katy Rezvani

A small-scale clinical trial shows most patients with two blood-related cancers safely respond to immune system cells derived from umbilical cord blood. . . . → Read More: Blood Cancers Respond to Cord Blood Cells

Skin Patch Senses Glucose, Emits Insulin as Needed

Insulin patch

A bio-engineering team developed a small patch worn on the skin that in lab mice and pigs senses blood glucose levels and releases insulin when required. . . . → Read More: Skin Patch Senses Glucose, Emits Insulin as Needed

Intl Group Calls for More Coronavirus Vaccines

Hong Kong residents in masks

An international consortium issued a proposal call for more vaccines to protect against the novel coronavirus now spreading from China to the rest of the world. . . . → Read More: Intl Group Calls for More Coronavirus Vaccines

Univ. Licenses Therapeutic Hibernation Technology

Arctic ground squirrel

University of Alaska is licensing research lab discoveries to a spin-off company to develop techniques to achieve a hibernation-type state in humans. . . . → Read More: Univ. Licenses Therapeutic Hibernation Technology

Infographic – Countries Where Coronavirus Reported

Research company Statista posted yesterday a map where coronavirus cases are confirmed, and number of cases as of 30 January. But the outbreak is spreading quickly. . . . → Read More: Infographic – Countries Where Coronavirus Reported

Univ. of Washington Opens Research Entrepreneurs Center

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A new program at University of Washington helps biomedical researchers convert their discoveries into useful products or services for patients. . . . → Read More: Univ. of Washington Opens Research Entrepreneurs Center

Crispr Company Raises $45M in Venture Funds

Editing DNA

A spin-off enterprise from a pioneering Crispr research lab is raising $45 million in venture funds to develop diagnostics and other applications. . . . → Read More: Crispr Company Raises $45M in Venture Funds

Organoids Shown Not Developing Like Real Brains

Arnold Kriegstein

Brain organoids, three-dimensional collections of brain cells grown from stem cells, are found in lab tests to not become fully functioning cells and tissue. . . . → Read More: Organoids Shown Not Developing Like Real Brains