This latest research by a Japanese academic-industrial collaboration, led by Professor Takao Someya at the University of Tokyo's Graduate School of Engineering presents a new ultrathin, elastic display that fits snugly on the skin and can show the moving waveform of an electrocardiogram recorded by a breathable, on-skin electrode sensor. Combined with a wireless communication … Continue reading Researchers develop ultra thin wearable skin electronics
Metabolomics, the analysis of the complete set of metabolites in a defined biological compartment, is a relatively novel approach. Metabolomics studies have been successfully applied to get a better understanding of many diseases, including a number of neoplastic processes. In this context, it is important to underline that cancer patients exhibit metabolic profiles that are … Continue reading Metabolomics is an useful tool for personalized cancer management
UC San Francisco's Center for Digital Health Innovation (CDHI) today announced a collaboration with Intel Corporation to deploy and validate a deep learning analytics platform designed to improve care by helping clinicians make better treatment decisions, predict patient outcomes, and respond more nimbly in acute situations.The collaboration brings together Intel's leading-edge computer science and deep … Continue reading Collaboration between UCSF, Intel to develop deep learning analytics for healthcare
Scientists from Trinity College Dublin have uncovered a new class of compounds glyconaphthalimides that can be used to target cancer cells with greater specificity than current options allow. The study was published in the journal Chemical Communications.Cervical cancer cells show green fluorescence from enzyme-activated compound.Credit: Eoin Scanlan, Trinity College Dublin.Cancer is difficult to treat, and many current … Continue reading New approach to targeted cancer treatment and imaging by utilizing glycosidase activation of glyconaphthalimides.
Today the Biogerontology Research Foundation announced the international collaboration on signaling pathway perturbation-based transcriptomic biomarkers of aging. On November 16th scientists at the Biogerontology Research Foundation alongside collaborators from Insilico Medicine, Inc, the Johns Hopkins University, Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Boston University, Novartis, Nestle and BioTime Inc. announced the publication of their proof of … Continue reading New tool to discover bio-markers for aging using In-silico Pathway Activation Network Decomposition Analysis (iPANDA)
A team of researchers from the University of Freiburg has developed a system inspired by biology that can detect several different antibiotics in human blood or other fluids at the same time. This biosensor system could be used for medical diagnostics in the future, especially for point-of-care testing in doctors’ practices, on house calls and … Continue reading New electrochemical biosensor system that can be used for point-of-care antibiotic testing could usher personalized antibiotic treatment