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Closing Plastic Loop
A wearable sensor to help ALS patients communicate
What California’s 2004 stem cell ballot proposition has meant for University of Southern California
HKU Engineering team develops novel miniaturised organic semiconductor – an important breakthrough essential
Lego-like assembly of zeolitic membranes improves carbon capture
Timing life of antimatter particles may lead to better cancer treatment
Flashes of electrons against cancer
Patches to detect when a viral disease is about to get worse
CERN and CHUV collaborate on a pioneering new cancer radiotherapy facility
Innovative research at TU/e awarded with three EU grants
Battery life for wearable devices could be improved with design to stress asymmetry clues
NTU Singapore scientists develop “biorubber” glue for faster surgical recovery and pain relief
Non-Invasive Nerve Stimulation Boosts Learning of Foreign Language Sounds
Bridging artificial intelligence and life sciences – launch of ELLIS Heidelberg
Humanising healthcare through game-play design thinking
‘Good’ virus for common infection
Weizmann Institute of Science and Schneider Children’s Medical Center of Clalit Health Services to Collaborate
$90.5 million to support 100 researchers
Canon Medical and Exeter deal to research child heart disease
Australian Space Agency funds locally-designed space suits
Korean Genome Project Data, Useful for for Clinical and Ethnogenetic Studies
FAMU and FSU researchers land $500K NSF grant for bio-adhesive study
Exotic nanotubes move in less-mysterious ways
This COVID-19 Detector Has Berkeley Lab Roots
Accurate 3D imaging could significantly improve IVF treatments
Accurate 3D imaging could significantly improve IVF treatments
Light drives injection
Plant viruses could be used to prevent and treat human autoimmune diseases
Stanford chemists’ work on rare molecule aims to enhance cell therapy and deliver functional cure for HIV/AIDS
Plenary Speakers to Highlight Wearable Sensor Devices and Scientific Landscape post-COVID-19
Impulse for Research on Fungi
Nanostructured rubber-like material with optimal properties could replace human tissue
Researchers pinpoint mechanism controlling cell protein traffic
Delving into self-consciousness at EPFL
World’s first proton treatment of a cardiac pathology
‘ILRUN’: CSIRO’s immunity gene named
Detoxification enzyme discovery could be used to target major crop contaminant
Duke Engineers Adapt Imaging System to Make It Useful for Minimally Invasive Surgery
Low-Cost, Portable System Takes OCT Beyond Ophthalmology
How Stabilizing Disordered Proteins May Lead to Next Generation of Medical Applications
Artificial skin could help rehabilitation and enhance virtual reality
Tiny Lensless Endoscope Captures 3D Images of Objects Smaller than a Cell
HEP’s contributions to medtech published in WIPO report
Sharing CERN’s expertise in big data with biomedical community