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Global Biotechnology Insights
Aug 27, 2021
Pollen Developed Into 3D Printing Ink for Biomedical Applications

Pollen Developed Into 3D Printing Ink for Biomedical Applications

Scientists have found a way to use sunflower pollen to develop a 3D printing ink material that could be used to fabricate parts useful for tissue engineering, toxicity testing and drug delivery.
Global Biotechnology Insights
Aug 26, 2021
First 3D-Bioprinted Structured Wagyu Beef-Like Meat Unveiled

First 3D-Bioprinted Structured Wagyu Beef-Like Meat Unveiled

Scientists used stem cells isolated from Wagyu cows to 3D-print a meat alternative containing muscle, fat, and blood vessels arranged to closely resemble conventional steaks. This work may help usher in a more sustainable future with widely available cultured meat.
IDTechEx Research Subscribers
Metamaterial companies M to Z

Metamaterial companies M to Z

Part 2 of IDTechEx's overview of metamaterial companies
Global Biotechnology Insights
Aug 25, 2021
Thermoelectric U-Turn Gains Momentum

Thermoelectric U-Turn Gains Momentum

Thermoelectrics is a business impeded by the use of the toxic rare metal Tellurium. Commendably, there is a trend to alternatives in research but few volume sales as yet in any of the three uses. These are energy harvesting to make electricity where it is needed and the more successful cooling and heating, those last two constituting very-reliable, solid heat pumps.
Global Biotechnology Insights
Aug 25, 2021
Smallest Biosupercapacitor Provides Energy for Biomedical Applications

Smallest Biosupercapacitor Provides Energy for Biomedical Applications

The miniaturization of microelectronic sensor technology, microelectronic robots or intravascular implants is progressing rapidly. However, it also poses major challenges for research. One of the biggest is the development of tiny but efficient energy storage devices that enable the operation of autonomously working microsystems - in more and more smaller areas of the human body for example.
IDTechEx Research Subscribers
Metamaterial companies A to M

Metamaterial companies A to M

In recent metamaterial premium articles we have assessed three metamaterial companies - two in thermal and one in optical. Here we look at others that are in other types of metamaterial technology and application.
IDTechEx Research Subscribers
Remote Patient Monitoring: Heart Failure

Remote Patient Monitoring: Heart Failure

Remote patient monitoring (RPM) refers to a range of technologies and services that allow for the monitoring of a patient's health status, typically when they are outside of typical health delivery settings.
Global Biotechnology Insights
Aug 23, 2021
AI Blood Testing Technology Can ID Lung Cancers with High Accuracy

AI Blood Testing Technology Can ID Lung Cancers with High Accuracy

A novel artificial intelligence blood testing technology was found to detect over 90% of lung cancers in samples from nearly 800 individuals with and without cancer.
Global Biotechnology Insights
Aug 23, 2021
3D Printed, Biocompatible Graft Could Repair Damaged Ear Drum

3D Printed, Biocompatible Graft Could Repair Damaged Ear Drum

The PhonoGraft device is a 3D-printed, biocompatible graft that could be implanted to repair a damaged eardrum. If its clinical development is successful, the PhonoGraft technology could mitigate the pain, drainage, and hearing loss associated with ear drum perforations that affect millions of individuals worldwide.
IDTechEx Research Subscribers
Terahertz Metamaterial Applications

Terahertz Metamaterial Applications

Terahertz waves are electromagnetic waves with frequencies higher than microwaves but lower than normal infrared radiation and visible light.
Global Biotechnology Insights
Aug 20, 2021
Machine Learning to Assess Risk of Schizophrenia in a Blood Sample

Machine Learning to Assess Risk of Schizophrenia in a Blood Sample

Schizophrenia is a devastating disease that affects about 1% of the world's population. Although genetic and environmental components seem to be involved in the condition, current evidence only explains a small portion of cases, suggesting that other factors, such as epigenetic, also could be important.
Global Biotechnology Insights
Aug 20, 2021
International Space Station Experiment Expands DNA Research

International Space Station Experiment Expands DNA Research

Studying DNA repair is key to future space exploration, which could expose humans to risk of DNA damage caused by radiation. Conditions in space also could affect the way the body repairs such damage, potentially compounding that risk.
Global Biotechnology Insights
Aug 18, 2021
AI in Drug Discovery Requires Extensive Chemical Libraries

AI in Drug Discovery Requires Extensive Chemical Libraries

AI in drug discovery is a field that has received an immense increase in interest, uptake, and investment over the past year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. While lockdowns forced everyone around the world to explore virtual ways of working, the biopharma industry faced the additional task of quickly developing new drugs for the treatment of COVID-19. Enter the application of AI in drug discovery - a technology that promises to drastically cut down timelines and costs, and potentially, develop safer and more efficacious drugs.
External Company Press Release
Researchers Control Nerve to Turn On/Off Inflammation

Researchers Control Nerve to Turn On/Off Inflammation

In an effort to better understand inflammation within the body, researchers successfully controlled the neurons that release molecular proteins and turn on/off inflammation. The study points to a new approach to treat diseases such as arthritis.
External Company Press Release
Bioelectronic Team Decodes Deep Brain Signals Related to Touch

Bioelectronic Team Decodes Deep Brain Signals Related to Touch

Tapping deep within the brain, a team of researchers from the Institute of Bioelectronic Medicine at The Feinstein Institutes for Medical Research has deciphered signals related to movement and touch. Study results were published today in Frontiers in Neuroscience in collaboration with Baylor College of Medicine and Washington University in St. Louis.
IDTechEx Research Subscribers
Event Summary: Cardio Wearables 2021

Event Summary: Cardio Wearables 2021

Microtech Ventures have organised a series of events moving more towards the direction of medical wearables and sensors. Events progressed from "Medical MEMS and Sensors", to "Medical Wearables", and now onto a subset within that of "Cardio Wearables". This online event took place with around 100 attendees in August 2021, with presentations from companies, academics, researchers and physicians across three days.
Global Biotechnology Insights
Aug 17, 2021
Creating an Insulin-Producing Implant for Type 1 Diabetes

Creating an Insulin-Producing Implant for Type 1 Diabetes

Bioengineers are using 3D printing and smart biomaterials to create an insulin-producing implant for Type 1 diabetics.
Global Biotechnology Insights
Aug 17, 2021
Stretchable Battery That is Powered by Sweat

Stretchable Battery That is Powered by Sweat

Scientists have developed a soft and stretchable battery that is powered by human perspiration. The prototype battery consists of printed silver flake electrodes that generate electricity in the presence of sweat. Measuring 2 cm by 2 cm and as flat as a small paper bandage, the battery is affixed to a flexible and sweat absorbent textile that is stretchable and attachable to wearable devices, like watches, wrist bands or arm straps.
Global Biotechnology Insights
Aug 16, 2021
Facial Recognition AI Helps Save Multibillion Dollar Grape Crop

Facial Recognition AI Helps Save Multibillion Dollar Grape Crop

A radical collaboration between a biologist and an engineer is supercharging efforts to protect grape crops. The technology they've developed, using robotics and AI to identify grape plants infected with a devastating fungus, will soon be available to researchers nationwide working on a wide array of plant and animal research.
Global Biotechnology Insights
Aug 13, 2021
Low Cost Device For Consumers to Home Test Themselves for SARS-CoV-2

Low Cost Device For Consumers to Home Test Themselves for SARS-CoV-2

With the Delta variant wreaking havoc on unvaccinated populations and COVID-19 cases spiking around the world, the pandemic is far from over. Despite the impressively fast development of SARS-CoV-2 diagnostic tests over the last year and a half, the vast majority of patient samples must still be sent to a lab for processing, which slows down the pace of COVID-19 case tracking. If a sample is to be tested for a specific variant of the virus, it must be genetically sequenced, which takes even more time and resources.
Global Biotechnology Insights
Aug 27, 2021
Pollen Developed Into 3D Printing Ink for Biomedical Applications

Pollen Developed Into 3D Printing Ink for Biomedical Applications

Scientists have found a way to use sunflower pollen to develop a 3D printing ink material that could be used to fabricate parts useful for tissue engineering, toxicity testing and drug delivery.
IDTechEx Research Subscribers
Metamaterial companies M to Z

Metamaterial companies M to Z

Part 2 of IDTechEx's overview of metamaterial companies
Global Biotechnology Insights
Aug 25, 2021
Smallest Biosupercapacitor Provides Energy for Biomedical Applications

Smallest Biosupercapacitor Provides Energy for Biomedical Applications

The miniaturization of microelectronic sensor technology, microelectronic robots or intravascular implants is progressing rapidly. However, it also poses major challenges for research. One of the biggest is the development of tiny but efficient energy storage devices that enable the operation of autonomously working microsystems - in more and more smaller areas of the human body for example.
IDTechEx Research Subscribers
Remote Patient Monitoring: Heart Failure

Remote Patient Monitoring: Heart Failure

Remote patient monitoring (RPM) refers to a range of technologies and services that allow for the monitoring of a patient's health status, typically when they are outside of typical health delivery settings.
Global Biotechnology Insights
Aug 23, 2021
3D Printed, Biocompatible Graft Could Repair Damaged Ear Drum

3D Printed, Biocompatible Graft Could Repair Damaged Ear Drum

The PhonoGraft device is a 3D-printed, biocompatible graft that could be implanted to repair a damaged eardrum. If its clinical development is successful, the PhonoGraft technology could mitigate the pain, drainage, and hearing loss associated with ear drum perforations that affect millions of individuals worldwide.
Global Biotechnology Insights
Aug 20, 2021
Machine Learning to Assess Risk of Schizophrenia in a Blood Sample

Machine Learning to Assess Risk of Schizophrenia in a Blood Sample

Schizophrenia is a devastating disease that affects about 1% of the world's population. Although genetic and environmental components seem to be involved in the condition, current evidence only explains a small portion of cases, suggesting that other factors, such as epigenetic, also could be important.
Global Biotechnology Insights
Aug 18, 2021
AI in Drug Discovery Requires Extensive Chemical Libraries

AI in Drug Discovery Requires Extensive Chemical Libraries

AI in drug discovery is a field that has received an immense increase in interest, uptake, and investment over the past year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. While lockdowns forced everyone around the world to explore virtual ways of working, the biopharma industry faced the additional task of quickly developing new drugs for the treatment of COVID-19. Enter the application of AI in drug discovery - a technology that promises to drastically cut down timelines and costs, and potentially, develop safer and more efficacious drugs.
External Company Press Release
Bioelectronic Team Decodes Deep Brain Signals Related to Touch

Bioelectronic Team Decodes Deep Brain Signals Related to Touch

Tapping deep within the brain, a team of researchers from the Institute of Bioelectronic Medicine at The Feinstein Institutes for Medical Research has deciphered signals related to movement and touch. Study results were published today in Frontiers in Neuroscience in collaboration with Baylor College of Medicine and Washington University in St. Louis.
Global Biotechnology Insights
Aug 17, 2021
Creating an Insulin-Producing Implant for Type 1 Diabetes

Creating an Insulin-Producing Implant for Type 1 Diabetes

Bioengineers are using 3D printing and smart biomaterials to create an insulin-producing implant for Type 1 diabetics.
Global Biotechnology Insights
Aug 16, 2021
Facial Recognition AI Helps Save Multibillion Dollar Grape Crop

Facial Recognition AI Helps Save Multibillion Dollar Grape Crop

A radical collaboration between a biologist and an engineer is supercharging efforts to protect grape crops. The technology they've developed, using robotics and AI to identify grape plants infected with a devastating fungus, will soon be available to researchers nationwide working on a wide array of plant and animal research.
Global Biotechnology Insights
Aug 26, 2021
First 3D-Bioprinted Structured Wagyu Beef-Like Meat Unveiled

First 3D-Bioprinted Structured Wagyu Beef-Like Meat Unveiled

Scientists used stem cells isolated from Wagyu cows to 3D-print a meat alternative containing muscle, fat, and blood vessels arranged to closely resemble conventional steaks. This work may help usher in a more sustainable future with widely available cultured meat.
Global Biotechnology Insights
Aug 25, 2021
Thermoelectric U-Turn Gains Momentum

Thermoelectric U-Turn Gains Momentum

Thermoelectrics is a business impeded by the use of the toxic rare metal Tellurium. Commendably, there is a trend to alternatives in research but few volume sales as yet in any of the three uses. These are energy harvesting to make electricity where it is needed and the more successful cooling and heating, those last two constituting very-reliable, solid heat pumps.
IDTechEx Research Subscribers
Metamaterial companies A to M

Metamaterial companies A to M

In recent metamaterial premium articles we have assessed three metamaterial companies - two in thermal and one in optical. Here we look at others that are in other types of metamaterial technology and application.
Global Biotechnology Insights
Aug 23, 2021
AI Blood Testing Technology Can ID Lung Cancers with High Accuracy

AI Blood Testing Technology Can ID Lung Cancers with High Accuracy

A novel artificial intelligence blood testing technology was found to detect over 90% of lung cancers in samples from nearly 800 individuals with and without cancer.
IDTechEx Research Subscribers
Terahertz Metamaterial Applications

Terahertz Metamaterial Applications

Terahertz waves are electromagnetic waves with frequencies higher than microwaves but lower than normal infrared radiation and visible light.
Global Biotechnology Insights
Aug 20, 2021
International Space Station Experiment Expands DNA Research

International Space Station Experiment Expands DNA Research

Studying DNA repair is key to future space exploration, which could expose humans to risk of DNA damage caused by radiation. Conditions in space also could affect the way the body repairs such damage, potentially compounding that risk.
External Company Press Release
Researchers Control Nerve to Turn On/Off Inflammation

Researchers Control Nerve to Turn On/Off Inflammation

In an effort to better understand inflammation within the body, researchers successfully controlled the neurons that release molecular proteins and turn on/off inflammation. The study points to a new approach to treat diseases such as arthritis.
IDTechEx Research Subscribers
Event Summary: Cardio Wearables 2021

Event Summary: Cardio Wearables 2021

Microtech Ventures have organised a series of events moving more towards the direction of medical wearables and sensors. Events progressed from "Medical MEMS and Sensors", to "Medical Wearables", and now onto a subset within that of "Cardio Wearables". This online event took place with around 100 attendees in August 2021, with presentations from companies, academics, researchers and physicians across three days.
Global Biotechnology Insights
Aug 17, 2021
Stretchable Battery That is Powered by Sweat

Stretchable Battery That is Powered by Sweat

Scientists have developed a soft and stretchable battery that is powered by human perspiration. The prototype battery consists of printed silver flake electrodes that generate electricity in the presence of sweat. Measuring 2 cm by 2 cm and as flat as a small paper bandage, the battery is affixed to a flexible and sweat absorbent textile that is stretchable and attachable to wearable devices, like watches, wrist bands or arm straps.
Global Biotechnology Insights
Aug 13, 2021
Low Cost Device For Consumers to Home Test Themselves for SARS-CoV-2

Low Cost Device For Consumers to Home Test Themselves for SARS-CoV-2

With the Delta variant wreaking havoc on unvaccinated populations and COVID-19 cases spiking around the world, the pandemic is far from over. Despite the impressively fast development of SARS-CoV-2 diagnostic tests over the last year and a half, the vast majority of patient samples must still be sent to a lab for processing, which slows down the pace of COVID-19 case tracking. If a sample is to be tested for a specific variant of the virus, it must be genetically sequenced, which takes even more time and resources.
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