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Commentary – New Models Needed for Antibiotic Resistance

MRSA bacteria

Many parts of a new model for fighting antibiotic resistance are in development, and the pieces still need to be assembled, but the outline of a precision-medicine rather than mass-produced drug model is beginning to emerge. . . . → Read More: Commentary – New Models Needed for Antibiotic Resistance

Climate Action Cost Accounting Standard Proposed

Climate change skyline

A new paper proposes an accounting standard that would require private companies to spell out their costs of meeting net-zero greenhouse gas emissions. . . . → Read More: Climate Action Cost Accounting Standard Proposed

Human Tooth Tissue Modeled in Chip Device

Tooth-on-a-chip

Dentistry researchers created a model of a tooth that simulates on a plastic slide the architecture and dynamic stresses in human teeth. . . . → Read More: Human Tooth Tissue Modeled in Chip Device

Engineered Viruses Licensed for Cancer Therapies

Vaccinia virus

A biotechnology company developing cancer immunotherapies with synthetic viruses is licensing its technology to Takeda Pharmaceuticals. . . . → Read More: Engineered Viruses Licensed for Cancer Therapies

Patch Device Stores Vaccine Record in Skin

Quantum dots

A plastic vaccine patch is shown in lab animals to also store an invisible record of that vaccination under the recipient’s skin, displayed with a smartphone. . . . → Read More: Patch Device Stores Vaccine Record in Skin

Duke Univ Forms Drug Development Company

Lab jars and beakers

Duke University and life science investor Deerfield Management are forming a new enterprise to develop drug candidates through early development stages. . . . → Read More: Duke Univ Forms Drug Development Company

Device Offers Real-Time Monitoring of Swallowing Problems

Swallowing disorder patch

A thin wearable device is shown to monitor muscles in the mouth and throat of people with difficulty swallowing, to help treat their condition. . . . → Read More: Device Offers Real-Time Monitoring of Swallowing Problems

New Process Boosts Silk in Medical Devices

Silk powder and products

Engineers developed a more efficient process using heat to make items from raw silk into manufactured goods, including bio-compatible medical devices. . . . → Read More: New Process Boosts Silk in Medical Devices

Small Biz Grant Funds PTSD Diagnostic, Treatment

Road-side bomb

A company creating diagnostics and a treatment for post-traumatic stress disorder, or PTSD, is receiving initial funding to develop its products. . . . → Read More: Small Biz Grant Funds PTSD Diagnostic, Treatment

Plastic Material Developed to Repel Bacteria

Repel Wrap

A Canadian engineering team developed a treated form of common plastic that in lab tests repels liquids and stubborn bacterial films. . . . → Read More: Plastic Material Developed to Repel Bacteria