Individual temperature control clothing

Protein-based mixture helps to repair muscles

Arthritis treatment without surgery

A brain implant that is able to treat Alzheimer's

The brain implant that is able to supposedly enhance short-term memory by 15 % and working memory by 25 % was developed at the University of Southern California. This device is able to prove life-altering for the growing part of the population who are suffering from Alzheimer's and this memory prosthesis can become a turning point for dementia treatment.

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2017.12.20

Reliable detection of cancer

Illumina, Inc. created the GRAIL technology that allows diagnosing cancer in the early phase via blood test. Usually, the tiny cell of tumor DNA appears in the systemic circulation. There is more and more evidence that these cells are known as circulating tumor DNA (ctDNA), which directly encodes the genetic characteristics of the tumors from which they are gotten. It is believed to create the breakthrough in the cancer treatment in future.

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2017.12.20

SkinTE is the skin regeneration

Technology Skinte allows you to completely restore the skin of a person after third-degree burns. This technology was developed by Denver Lough MD, PhD of PolarityTE, Inc. This company is aimed at regenerative medicine and tissue engineering.

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2017.12.19

Flat-pack food that takes shape in water

The world free of age-related disease

A new method for gathering blood pressure

Bio-chip for bacteria detection

The new lab-on-a-chip method of rapid optical detection and identification of bacteria, developed by Israeli scientists, will overcome the resistance to antibiotics, which is one of the global challenges in medicinal and pharmaceutical industries. Modern methods of bacteria detecting are complex and time-consuming. This compact platform of biocenosis detection will allow accurate studies of bacteria allowing to assign a therapy on time.

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2017.12.18

Electric eel-based device

A new flexible, transparent electrical device inspired by electric eels wаs develоped by the researchеrs from the University of Michigan. This device cоuld lead to bоdy-friendly power sоurcеs for implаntеd health monitоrs and medication dispеnsers, augmentеd-reality cоntаct lenses, and countless other applications.

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2017.12.18

Flexible, stretchable photonic devices

A method for making photonic devices, similar to electronic devices but basеd on light rather thаn electricіty, that can bend and stretch withоut any harm was developed by thе resеarchers frоm MIT. These devices can be used for diagnostic and monitoring sуstems that cоuld be attachеd to the skin or implаnted in the body, flexing eаsily with the naturаl tissue. 

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2017.12.18

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