Google's sister company, Verily, is reportedly working on a wearable that could potentially collect blood using a system of exploding microneedles and magnets. The project has not been publicly announced yet and is still years away from commercialization.
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InVivo Therapeutics presented complete six-month results from its INSPIRE study, which was temporarily halted after three patients died during the study last year.
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An industry expert discusses the importance of marrying research and development with your company’s broader business strategy to achieve viable projects.
Texas A&M is launching a new engineering-based medical degree program in partnership with Houston Methodist Hospital that will educate a new kind of doctor with an engineering mindset.
Researchers may have found a way to deliver genes safely, effectively, and without the side effects associated with viral delivery, which is the more common delivery method for gene therapy.
An R&D professional with tricks up his sleeve showed MD&M West attendees how to apply the art of magical illusion to their next product development project.
MIT researchers are working on a new technology that could convert text to speech for visually impaired users.