All articles by JP Casey

  1. Lasers able to produce 3D images of cancer cells

    Researchers from Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg (MLU) have developed a new method of generating 3D images of the interior of…
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    15 May
  2. Machine learning model predicts cholera outbreaks

    Researchers from Duke University, Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) and the International Centre for Diarrheal Disease Research in Dhaka, Bangladesh, have…
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    8 May
  3. Retina implant could restore sight to visually impaired people

    A microscopic retinal implant could restore sight to visually impaired people by converting light into electrical signals, researchers from Sweden,…
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    4 May
  4. New membrane could improve sweat sensor effectiveness

    An international team of scientists has developed a membrane that can sense the presence of sweat when applied to the…
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    2 May
  5. Terahertz radiation could produce safe and effective medical images

    Researchers from the University of Strathclyde and Capital Normal University in Beijing have developed a new form of terahertz (THz)…
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    30 Apr
  6. 3D-printed dentures release medicine to prevent infections

    Researchers from the University of Buffalo have used 3D printing to construct dentures that are filled with microscopic capsules that…
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    26 Apr
  7. Living Heart Project develops ‘walk-in’ heart simulation to aid research

    French software company Dassault Systèmes’ US simulation subsidiary Simulia has developed the Living Heart Project, a 3D model of a…
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    24 Apr
  8. Biodegradable silk fibres could help bones heal

    Researchers from the University of Connecticut have developed a biodegradable composite made from silk fibres that can be used to…
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    20 Apr
  9. Biocompatible nanotube could make cancer drug delivery safer

    Researchers from Cardiff University have developed a non-toxic nanotube which is soft, flexible and biocompatible, which could be used to…
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    20 Apr
  10. Smart patch to measure diabetics’ blood sugar without finger pricks

    Researchers from the University of Bath have developed a non-invasive adhesive patch which can measure the glucose levels of diabetics…
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    9 Apr
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