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A Chip to Regenerate Damaged Tissues

November 14, 2017 | | Posted in Newsletter

TNT Research Dr,Chandan Sen
Using a novel method for reprogramming cells, researchers at Ohio State University applied a special microchanneled chip [MORE]

A Tissue Nanotransfection Chip

September 19, 2017 | | Posted in Newsletter

Chandan Sen, PhD Develops Tissue Nanotransfection (TNT)
Quoting directly: “Injured tissues can be repaired and damaged organs healed using a new [MORE]

A Vest that Uses Radar to Image Lungs

August 29, 2017 | | Posted in Newsletter

SensiVest Fitting
Ohio State University is conducting a clinical trial of a vest, made by Sensible Medical (Netanya, Israel) that uses [MORE]

Predicting Tumor Aggressiveness

May 26, 2015 | | Posted in Newsletter

Here’s a math score that really could kill you. In this case MATH (meaning mutant-allele tumor heterogeneity) is a bioinformatics [MORE]

Sensor for Organ Transplant Rejection

September 10, 2013 | | Posted in Newsletter

Implantable Electronics
Ohio State University bioengineers have used an aluminum oxide coating to protect a silicon sensor while it [MORE]

Nanochannel Electroporation

November 8, 2011 | | Posted in Newsletter

Most gene therapy protocols rely on recombinant viral vectors for transfection, but that has not been without problems.  However, [MORE]

Organic/Inorganic Hybrid Computer Chips

June 14, 2011 | | Posted in Newsletter

“Spintronics” is the term Ohio State University physicists use to describe their computer chips that hybridize organic and inorganic [MORE]

“P4” with Leroy Hood, Personalized Medicine

April 13, 2010 | | Posted in Newsletter

Leroy Hood
Predictive, personalized, preventative and participatory (“P4”) is the future of medicine as genomics pioneer Leroy Hood sees it.  Among [MORE]

Noninvasive Device to Detect Congestive Heart Failure

July 28, 2009 | | Posted in Newsletter

Three years ago, researchers in Israel developed a novel technique that relies on electrical impedance to image internal organs.  Some [MORE]