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Nano-based sensors able to be implanted under the skin for a year could provide researchers with new information as to how nitric oxide reacts with both healthy and cancerous cells.
Difficult to treat cancers often produce special proteins that defend tumors from cancer drugs before those even reach their targets. Ferrying drugs safely into tumor cells can turn otherwise untreatable cancers into more manageable diseases.
AIRO, a startup based in Kitchener-Waterloo, Canada has developed a wrist sensor that can track nutrition, stress, sleep and exercise.
A new nano carrier able to deliver drugs to cancer cells could serve as an “all-in-one tool” for fighting cancer.
Designed with people who live in earthquake-prone areas in mind, the Bloom collapsible helmet is compact enough to be included in a basic emergency kit.
To help prevent medication administration errors, the MedEye system identifies pills using computer vision to double-check the types and amounts.
Simple, inexpensive water-filters based on the natural water-purifying properties of plants could help reduce the occurrences of water-borne diseases in areas with no clean drinking water.
Researchers have developed a phase-changing material that will allow drugs to be delivered to particular locations in the body and released when exposed to a bit of heat.
A patch able to be glued to the skin and used as a thermometer could be used monitor blood flow in realtime, or used in reverse to deliver therapeutic heat to the skin.
In women who use donor eggs to become pregnant through in vitro fertilization (IVF), those who are obese are just as likely to become pregnant as normal weight women, according to a new report.
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