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New COVID-19 Sensor Uses Nanotechnology to Deliver Fast, Accurate Results

New sensor technology developed by Johns Hopkins engineers combines the accuracy of PCR tests and the ​​speed of antigen tests.

Robotics and Artificial Intelligence Offer New Hope for Spinal Injury Treatment

Robots and artificial intelligence may soon be coming to aid spinal injury patients, according to a team of researchers at Rutgers University.

Molecular Diagnosis Promises Individualized Treatment for Cancer Patients Under 25

Newly diagnosed cancer patients under 25 are now eligible to receive a cutting-edge DNA test to provide a precise diagnosis for individualized treatment for their cancer.

New Research Consortium Tackles Gene Therapies for Rare Diseases

There are 7,000 “rare diseases,” and most stem from a specific gene mutation, yet only two currently have FDA-approved gene therapies.

Bill Would Create an “ARPA–H” to Spur Medical Breakthroughs

Move over, DARPA and ARPA–E. Legislation in the House would add a new agency to the government’s roster of purpose-driven advanced research groups.

FDA Approves First Treatment for Rare Pediatric Immune Disorder

A new regenerative tissue therapy allows children born without the gland that produces white blood cells to develop sufficient immune support.

NIAID Pursuing Next-Generation “Pan-Coronavirus” Vaccines

The National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases has awarded more than $36 million to three institutions to conduct research and develop vaccines that can provide broad immunity to coronaviruses such as COVID-19.
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