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  • October 31, 2019:

    Researchers at the Pennsylvania State University, working with colleagues in the UK and Canada, have now developed a way to 3D print custom microswimmers that can transport drugs and nanotherapeutic agents, as well as potentially manipulate tissue directly inside the body. This technology could be used to deliver a variety of therapies precisely to locations deep within the body, and to do so without having to perform any invasive procedures in the process.Full Story

  • October 30, 2019:

    Detecting cancer at its early stages remains a major challenge in oncology. Even monitoring the progression of cancer is difficult, but researchers at the University of Michigan have come up with a tiny implantable device that can draw cancer cells toward itself for gene expression analysis. The microscopic device is a biomaterial scaffold that is designed to allow new cells to settle within. Circulating tumor cells, being the most opportunistic at finding fresh nooks to make home, are quickly captured by the scaffold device.Full Story

  • October 29, 2019:

    Rice University researchers have created graphene filters to combat hospital-acquired infections caused by airborne pathogens. A self-cleaning air filter composed of laser-induced graphene captures bacteria, fungi and other biological contaminants carried by particulates and aerosols and inactivates them with heat. The graphene-equipped filters were tested with a commercial vacuum filtration system. During 90 hours of operation and an air treatment rate of 10 liters per minute, all pathogens and byproducts captured by the filters were deactivated by Joule heating. Full Story

  • October 25, 2019:

    Voice assistants are quickly becoming a popular consumer tool that allows users to access libraries of skills, including games, news, and reminders. Last month, Los Angeles-based Frontive Health launched its smart personal health platform to help patients more easily adhere to their care regimens by leveraging Amazon Echo’s voice assistant. Full Story

  • October 24, 2019:

    Polish Medical company, CoolSystems, has developed an automated system for blood processing after it's been donated in a blood drive. By automating the process they shorten the processing time and increase the accuracof the blood-typing leading to a more accurate and longer shelf-life product. Full Story

  • October 21, 2019:

    ResMed today introduced AirFit N30, the world’s first tube-down nasal cradle CPAP mask with a front-facing tube – a brand-new option for sleep apnea treatment. It features adjustable elastic headgear, plus a nasal cradle cushion that sits under the nasal bridge, eliminating soreness in that area. The mask’s curved cushion is designed to provide a secure seal regardless of how the wearer sleeps or moves. Together, these innovations help make starting and staying on CPAP therapy easier than ever for more of the 936 million people worldwide living with sleep apnea.Full Story