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    Scientists emulate the human blood-retinal barrier on a microfluidic chip

    Scientists emulate the human blood-retinal barrier on a microfluidic chip

    (Nanowerk News) For some years, scientists have been researching in order to find ways of reducing animal testing and accelerating clinical trials. In vitro assays… Read More →

     
     

     SOURCE  Can tattoos embrace technology in order to make the skin interactive? The DermalAbyss project is the result of a collaboration between MIT researchers Katia… Read More →

     
     

    New Antibody-Based Biosensors Enhance Monitoring of Drug Concentration in Patient’s Blood

    New Antibody-Based Biosensors Enhance Monitoring of Drug Concentration in Patient’s Blood

    Several antibody-based biosensors, capable of helping healthcare centers in developing countries or even patients in their own homes to monitor drug concentration in the blood,… Read More →

     
     

    Diagnosing Alzheimer’s Using Saliva Biomarkers

    Side view of Doctor Testing Biological Specimen

      Your spit may hold a clue toward your future brain health. [bluecinema/Getty Images] SOURCE The development of advanced noninvasive techniques is a critical next… Read More →

     
     

    A novel method for the fabrication of active-matrix 3-D pressure sensors

    A novel method for the fabrication of active-matrix 3-D pressure sensors

    SOURCE (Nanowerk News) A recent study, affiliated with UNIST has created a three-dimensional, tactile sensor that could detect wide pressure ranges from human body weight… Read More →

     
     

    Organ-on-a-chip mimics heart’s biomechanical properties (w/video)

    Organ-on-a-chip mimics heart’s biomechanical properties (w/video)

    (Nanowerk News) The human heart beats more than 2.5 billion times in an average lifetime. Now scientists at Vanderbilt University have created a three-dimensional organ-on-a-chip… Read More →

     
     

    World Class Diagnostics Lab, with “Lab on a Stick”

    World Class Diagnostics Lab, with “Lab on a Stick”

      SOURCE November 7, 2014 Physicians rely on biomarker detection for diagnoses and treatment decisions. However, the most sensitive and flexible testing tools require dedicated… Read More →

     
     

    Collaboration with pharma will introduce nanotechnologies in early stage drug development

    Collaboration with pharma will introduce nanotechnologies in early stage drug development

      SOURCE June, 2016 (Nanowerk News) The Frederick National Lab has begun to assist several major pharmaceutical companies in adopting nanotechnologies in early stage drug… Read More →

     
     

    Implantable Glucose-Sensor Gets Funding

    Implantable Glucose-Sensor Gets Funding

    SOURCE An Israeli company, Glusense,  has developed an implantable sensor, that accurately reads glucose levels in real time, and transmit it to a Smartphone or… Read More →

     
     

    Nanotechnology Lab Opens in Florida to Research, Apply Minute Materials to Cancer Care

    Nanotechnology Lab Opens in Florida to Research, Apply Minute Materials to Cancer Care

      SOURCE March 15, 2016 JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — With support from the state of Florida,Mayo Clinic’s Florida campus has opened a state-of-the-art laboratory for nanotechnology research,… Read More →

     
     
     
     
     

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