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New 4D printing technology can turn smart 3D print gel into any form

Researchers at the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at Rutgers University-New Brunswick, Canada, developed a new "4D printing" method for smart gels. It...

3D printing drugs show beneficial future

Three-dimensional (3D) printing of drugs uses computer-aided designs to manufacture individualized pharmaceutical drug products. This technology is already being used in the pharmaceutical field...

VolitionRx’s blood test spots 80% of early colorectal cancers

A blood test developed by VolitionRx detects80% of stage 1 colorectal cancers in a screening study. VolitionRx’s data come from an interim review of a...

New molecular test to impact influenza pandemic preparedness

A US-based analytical technology and life science company, InDevR Inc., recently announced plans to launch a Research Use Only (RUO) version of their FluChip-8G...

Organ-on-chip technology could fight against hepatitis B virus

Scientists at Imperial College London have become the first in the world to test how pathogens interact with artificial human organs. Artificial human organs,...

New high-sensitivity blood tests could diagnose heart attack faster

Researchers at University of Michigan Medical School have developed a new test designed to measure levels of troponin, a protein released when the heart...

New treatment approach to ‘triple-negative’ breast cancer

An analysis conducted by researchers from the University of Arizona and Cancer Research UK showed that triple-negative breast cancer that is deficient in the...

Chennai’s Diabetes Foundation develop AI and smartphone-based retinal imaging

A new study conducted at Chennai’s Madras Diabetes Research Foundation, published in Eye showed that the use of automated artificial intelligence along with smartphone-based...

Biosensor could help diagnose illnesses directly in serum

Eating unhealthy fast food is a very common thing in today’s world. But this unhealthy lifestyle can cause illness in the body and difficult...

New breast imaging systemcan predict chemotherapy responses in breast cancer

A new optical imaging system which utilizes red and near-infrared light could identify breast cancer patients who might respond to chemotherapy, according to a...