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Toolbox to Study Ligand Binding for Enhanced Treatments

by Conn Hastings
Nov 24, 2022
Researchers at Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL) in Switzerland have developed a DNA toolbox that allows researchers to explore bindi...
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Ferrobot Swarms for Rapid Viral Testing

At the University of California Los Angeles, scientists have developed a handheld lab kit that can conduct automated pooled testing for viral disea...
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Making Tumors Tastier for the Immune System

Researchers at The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center have developed a nanotechnology platform that can make cancer cells more vulnerabl...
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Device Measures Hemoglobin More Accurately in Dark Skin

Researchers at the University of Texas at Arlington, in collaboration with Shani Biotechnologies, a local firm, have created a point-of-care device...
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Improved Membrane Coating for Anti-Cancer Nanoparticles

Scientists at the University of Eastern Finland have developed a technique that lets them improve the coating of nanoparticles when using cell memb...
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Magnetic Bacteria Target Tumors

Scientists at ETH Zurich in Switzerland have unveiled a technique that weaponizes bacterial cells against tumors. The approach involves using bacte...
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Furry Soft Robot Helps Patients During Unpleasant Medical Procedures

A team of researchers at the University of Tsukuba in Japan has developed a fluffy soft robot that patients can interact with to reduce their stres...
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Impedance Cytometry for Rapid Antibiotic Susceptibility Testing

Scientists at Nara Institute of Science and Technology in Japan have come up with a method to rapidly determine the antibiotic susceptibility of a ...
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3D Bioprinted Breast Tumors for Immunotherapy Testing

A team of scientists at Penn State has bioprinted breast tumor mimics with significant complexity, including a form of vascularization and the abil...
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Neck Sensor Helps Masked Clinicians Communicate

Researchers at Pohang University of Science & Technology in South Korea developed an auditory sensor that lets people wearing face masks, such ...
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mRNA Therapy Prevents COVID Virus Entering Cells

Scientists at Oregon State University have developed a new treatment for COVID-19. The technology is based on mRNA, which has also been put to good...
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Alzheimer’s Diagnostic Test Spots Amyloid β Exosomes in Blood

Researchers at Hokkaido University in Japan have developed a biomarker test for Alzheimer’s disease that detects amyloid β binding exosomes in a bl...
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FDA-Approved At-Home Spirometer: Interview with Charvi Shetty, Co-Founder and CEO at Aluna

The COVID-19 pandemic has put lung health firmly in our minds. For those with chronic lung diseases, such as asthma and COPD, an important way to k...
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Screening App to Diagnose Parkinson’s, COVID-19 from Voice

Researchers at RMIT University in Melbourne, Australia, have developed an app that is intended to provide early diagnosis for Parkinson’s disease a...
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CRISPR-Cas13 System for Quick and Sensitive SARS-CoV-2 Detection

Scientists at Rice University created a rapid COVID-19 test that is based on the gene editing CRISPR-Cas system. The researchers modified the Cas-1...
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Conductive Cotton Thread for Wearable Sensors in Commercial Textiles

Imperial College London researchers created a conductive cotton thread that can undergo a computerized embroidery process for incorporation into co...
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Robotic Capsule Drills Intestinal Mucus to Deliver Protein Drugs

Engineers at MIT have collaborated to develop a robotic drug delivery capsule that is specially designed to administer delicate protein drugs, such...
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DNA Nets Capture Sars-CoV-2 for Detection and Inhibition

A team at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign has developed a DNA net system that can ensnare Sars-CoV-2 and bind to the notorious spike...
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Algae-Based Microrobots Deliver Antibiotics within Lungs

Researchers at the University of California San Diego have developed a microrobot system to treat bacterial pneumonia. The microrobots consist of l...
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Face Mask Detects Respiratory Viruses, Alerts User

Scientists at Shanghai Tongji University in China have created a face mask that can alert the wearer to the presence of respiratory viruses in the ...
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Smartphone Camera Measures Blood Oxygen

At the University of Washington a research team has developed a smartphone system that can measure blood oxygen levels. The technology uses the cam...
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3D Printed Light Sensor for Light-Sensitive Disease

At the University of Minnesota a team of researchers has developed a 3D printed light sensing wearable that can help people with light-sensitive di...
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Soft Robot Biodegrades Inside Body

Researchers at the City University of Hong Kong have developed a magnetic soft millirobot that can grab and release objects, and move around by rol...
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Alveoli on a Chip to Reveal Airflow Characteristics in Disease and Drug Delivery

Researchers at the Harbin Institute of Technology in China have developed a microfluidic-style chip that models the alveoli present in our airways....
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3D Printed Tablets for Controlled Drug Release

Researchers at the University of the Basque Country have developed a technique that allows them to 3D print pharmaceutical tablets using different ...
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Surface Coating Rapidly Kills Pathogens, Lasts Months

A team at the University of Michigan has developed a coating for frequently touched surfaces that can rapidly kill a wide array of pathogens, inclu...
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Fingertip Sensor Measures Lithium Levels in Sweat

Researchers at UCLA have developed a fingertip sensor that can rapidly provide data on the levels of lithium in the body. Used as a treatment for b...
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Sleep Monitoring at Home: Interview with Ziv Peremen, CEO of X-trodes

X-trodes, a medtech startup based in Israel, created Smart Skin, a wireless monitoring and analytics technology that is suitable for at-home sleep ...
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Upcycling CDs as Flexible Biosensors

A team of scientists at Binghamton University in New York State have developed a technique that lets them salvage material from old CDs to make fle...
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TRAUMA: ABCs vs MARCH in Trauma Care by EMS1.com

TRAUMA: ABCs vs MARCH in Trauma Care by EMS1.com Post by Dr. Ramon Reyes, MD  ABC vs. MARCH para la evaluación primaria abril 23, 20...
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Lumen: World’s First Device and App for Real-time Metabolic Feedback

Lumen is the first device and app available to anyone that provides real-time feedback on whether you’re burning carbohydrates or fats. These measu...
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Point of Care Rapid PCR Test

Columbia University scientists and collaborators at Rover Diagnostics have created a rapid PCR test that can be used at the point of care. Weighing...
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Bacterial Microrobots Deliver Drug Payload to Tumors

Scientists at the Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems in Germany have developed tumor-targeting microrobots using bacteria. The team explo...
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Microparticle Vaccine Provides Boosters Automatically

Researchers at MIT have created a microparticle vaccine that can provide booster doses automatically. The hollow microparticles resemble a coffee c...
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Optical Tweezers Turn Neutrophils into Microrobots

The possibility of using our own cells to perform medical tasks within the body is tantalizing, as it would avoid the immune responses that can occ...
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Biosynthetic Trilayered Ventricle Pumps Blood

Biomedical engineers at the University of Toronto have developed a method to create a small-scale biosynthetic left ventricle that can pump blood w...
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Nanoparticle Vaccine for Many SARS-Like Coronaviruses

Researchers at the California Institute of Technology, better known as Caltech, have developed a nanoparticle vaccine that appears to confer broad ...
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Surgical Dressing Helps Kill Melanoma, Regenerate Healthy Cells

Scientists at the University of Nottingham in the UK have created a surgical dressing that is specifically designed to facilitate and enhance photo...
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Smart Textiles Recognize Body Movements

Engineers at MIT have developed smart textiles that can detect and recognize body movements. The garments fit snugly, and contain a network of pres...
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TACTICAL MEDIC HANDBOOK 2013 Edition. CONTOMS Counter Narcotic and Terrorism Operational MEDICAL SUPPPORT

COMTOMS TACTICAL MEDIC HANDBOOK 2013 Edition Counter Narcotics & Terrorism Operational Medical Support CONTOMS  Bajar Manual en PDF ...
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TORdx LUNG Test for Donor Lung Assessment: Interview with Eric Brouwer, Chief Scientific Officer at SQI Diagnostics

SQI Diagnostics, a medtech company based in Canada, is developing the TORdx LUNG Test. The technology is intended to assist clinicians in assessing...
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Typhoid Detection Technique Improves Diagnostic Sensitivity

A team at the University of California Davis Health working with international collaborators have developed a new technique to detect typhoid and e...
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AI-Powered Robot Accelerates Medical Research

Researchers at the RIKEN Center for Biosystems Dynamics Research in Japan have developed an AI-powered robotic system that can perform laboratory e...
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Carbon Monoxide-Loaded Foam as Inflammatory Disease Treatment

Researchers at MIT have created a carbon monoxide-loaded foam intended for therapeutic use against inflammatory disease. While the gas is toxic if ...
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Spinning Disc Separates Circulating Tumor Cells from Blood

A team of researchers at Daegu Gyeongbuk Institute of Science & Technology in Korea created a centrifugal system to separate circulating tumor ...
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One-Step Manufactured Meta-Bots with Medical Potential

Engineers at the University of California Los Angeles have developed “meta-bots,” which are fingernail sized robots that can move, sense, and navig...
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Polymer Brushes Capture and Release Proteins on Demand

Researchers at the Chalmers University of Technology in Sweden have developed a “polymer brush” system that can capture and release proteins on usi...
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AI-Powered Surgical Robot Excels at Tricky Kidney Stone Procedure

Clinical researchers at Nagoya City University in Japan have tested an AI-powered surgical robot in its ability to assist with percutaneous nephrol...
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Self-Regulating Footwear for Diabetic Foot Issues

Researchers at the Indian Institute of Science created footwear that can self-regulate the pressure distribution when a person walks, helping to av...
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Lipid Nanodiscs Unlock the Potential of Cytokine Treatment

Researchers at the University of Texas at Austin created a nanocarrier for stem cell factor, a regenerative cytokine. The nanotechnological approac...
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