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wu-wenzhuoTechnology uses plant biomass waste for self-powered biomedical devices

An innovation turning waste material into stretchable devices may soon provide a new option for creating self-powered biomedical inventions.


MemorialMallSoftware solution predicts costs for manufacturers

New software designed to help manufacturers better predict and adjust costs may assist organizers one day with huge events such as the Olympic Games.


kim-hemoglobinSmartphone app to help assess anemia by taking a picture of a person’s eyelid

A doctor can quickly get an idea of whether someone is anemic by pulling down the person’s eyelid and judging its redness, a color indicating the number of red blood cells.


saeed-sensorChip for biomolecule detection may help in COVID-19 testing

A patented method for single biomolecule detection that overcomes limitations of current technologies may help in the fight against COVID-19.


shimon-2Patented technology designed to stop tiny errors from crashing large health care, supply chain systems

The COVID-19 pandemic has forced public health, supply chain, transportation, government, economic and many other entities to interact in real time. One of the challenges in large systems interacting in this way is that even tiny errors in one system can cause devastating effects across the entire system chain.


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