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mOm raises £630,000 in seed funding to develop revolutionary infant incubator

mOm raises £630,000 in seed funding to develop revolutionary infant incubator

mOm has raised £630,000 in seed funding from a prominent set of investors to further develop its revolutionary baby incubator. Led by MaSa Partners (a US-based impact fund), investors include Holly Branson (as part of the Virgin Group), Lord Rumi Verjee (as part of the The Rumi Foundation), Continuity Capital, Dr. Joshua Boger, Johannes Heine, Rockspring, and The London Co Investment Fund. [More]
Bomb hits maternity hospital supported by Save the Children in Syria

Bomb hits maternity hospital supported by Save the Children in Syria

A Save the Children-supported maternity hospital in Idlib, Syria was bombed today. The hospital serves over 1,300 women and performs over 300 deliveries each month. Save the Children is working to confirm reports of casualties among the patients and hospital staff. [More]
Mass incarceration of drug users leads to high levels of HIV, tuberculosis and hepatitis among prisoners

Mass incarceration of drug users leads to high levels of HIV, tuberculosis and hepatitis among prisoners

The War on Drugs, mass incarceration of drug users, and the failure to provide proven harm reduction and treatment strategies has led to high levels of HIV, tuberculosis, and hepatitis B and C infection among prisoners—far higher than in the general population. [More]
Prior Scientific details extensive range of products for neuroscience, electrophysiological applications in new brochure

Prior Scientific details extensive range of products for neuroscience, electrophysiological applications in new brochure

Prior Scientific, a leader in advanced high precision microscopy products, details its extensive range of automated systems, motorised stages and accessories for neuroscience and electrophysiological applications in a new brochure. [More]
NYU Tandon students use smartphones to improve stroke rehabilitation

NYU Tandon students use smartphones to improve stroke rehabilitation

A team of students from the NYU Tandon School of Engineering is using smartphones to improve the arduous and repetitive process patients must typically undergo to relearn the basic skills they lose after suffering a stroke. [More]
Nine creative ways to improve cognitive development of children in developing countries

Nine creative ways to improve cognitive development of children in developing countries

Grand Challenges Canada, funded by the Government of Canada, and the "Saving Brains" partners today announced investments in nine creative ways to protect and nurture the cognitive development of children in developing countries. [More]
Innovative noise reduction technology SEDA helps tackle babble signals from cochlear implants

Innovative noise reduction technology SEDA helps tackle babble signals from cochlear implants

Wearers of cochlear implants and hearing aids often have difficulty teasing out what someone is saying over "babble" -- the cacophony of other talkers -- and other ambient sounds. New York University researchers have devised a novel solution: an algorithmic approach that, like making drinkable water from pond water, distills the talker's voice from a turbid wash of noise. [More]
AMSBIO launches 96-Well CometChip System for high-throughput measurement of DNA damage

AMSBIO launches 96-Well CometChip System for high-throughput measurement of DNA damage

AMSBIO has announced the launch of the 96-Well CometChip System - a high-throughput platform developed to simultaneously treat and measure DNA damage induced by different treatments, or among different cell types on a single slide using the Comet assay. [More]
Panasonic introduces new MCO-170M multi gas incubators to optimise cell culture efficiency and productivity

Panasonic introduces new MCO-170M multi gas incubators to optimise cell culture efficiency and productivity

Panasonic’s new MCO-170M multi gas incubators provide outstanding quality and performance alongside advanced O2 and CO2 control to maximise cell culture efficiency and optimise results and reproducibility. [More]
ArabLab 2016: Bibby Scientific to display latest Electrothermal, Jenway, Techne, PCRmax and Stuart products

ArabLab 2016: Bibby Scientific to display latest Electrothermal, Jenway, Techne, PCRmax and Stuart products

Bibby Scientific Ltd, a leading manufacturer of laboratory equipment, announced today that it will be exhibiting the latest innovations from Electrothermal, Jenway, Techne, PCRmax and Stuart at ArabLab 2016, Stand 134. [More]
New methodology could spare kids from unnecessary heart surgery

New methodology could spare kids from unnecessary heart surgery

What better way to celebrate Valentine's Day than help save a child's heart? That's what Vittoria Flamini, an industry assistant professor in Tandon's Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, has in mind. [More]
New MCO-230AIC CO 2 incubators from Panasonic provide greater capacity and exceptional control to optimize cell culture productivity

New MCO-230AIC CO 2 incubators from Panasonic provide greater capacity and exceptional control to optimize cell culture productivity

Panasonic’s new MCO-230AIC CO2 incubatorsprovide outstanding quality and performance, alongside even greater capacity than previous models, to maximise cell culture efficiency and optimise results and reproducibility. [More]
New game-based simulation training for firefighters beats home fires, minimizes heart risk

New game-based simulation training for firefighters beats home fires, minimizes heart risk

Firefighting isn't what it used to be. Whether it's a complex blaze raging in an urban high-rise or a seemingly straightforward single-level home fire, modern building construction and furnishings have made fighting fires more difficult: Flames burn hotter, produce more smoke, and spread more quickly. [More]
NYU's Jin Kim Montclare develops dual-delivery system to potentially treat multi-drug resistant cancer cells

NYU's Jin Kim Montclare develops dual-delivery system to potentially treat multi-drug resistant cancer cells

The National Science Foundation recently funded research aimed at developing an engineered protein-lipid system that simultaneously delivers genes and drugs for the potential treatment of multi-drug resistant cancer cells. The dual-delivery system could also apply to diabetes and other conditions requiring a variety of therapeutic approaches. [More]
NYU Polytechnic School of Engineering researcher awarded grant to advance protein hydrogels that mimic nature

NYU Polytechnic School of Engineering researcher awarded grant to advance protein hydrogels that mimic nature

The U.S. Army Research Laboratory's Army Research Office recently awarded a New York University Polytechnic School of Engineering researcher a grant to advance protein-engineered, environmentally responsive hydrogels that could replicate biochemical processes currently found only in nature. These protein hydrogels could become fundamental building blocks of important new biomimetic materials. [More]
Researchers receive $1.1 million grant to pioneer novel approach to speed bone regeneration

Researchers receive $1.1 million grant to pioneer novel approach to speed bone regeneration

Senior citizens and combat soldiers don't usually have much in common--unless the topic is bone injuries. Among both groups, mending serious skeletal injuries--whether caused by a blast or a common fall--is a costly, complicated challenge. [More]
ASU, Banner Health form new research alliance to advance treatment for neurodegenerative diseases

ASU, Banner Health form new research alliance to advance treatment for neurodegenerative diseases

Arizona State University and Banner Health today announced a new research alliance to advance the scientific study, treatment and prevention of Alzheimer's, Parkinson's and other neurodegenerative diseases. [More]
Assessing risk, expanding reach: Innovative ultrasound designed for front-line healthcare workers to help improve maternal health

Assessing risk, expanding reach: Innovative ultrasound designed for front-line healthcare workers to help improve maternal health

GE Healthcare introduced today in certain countries in Africa and Southeast Asia its new Vscan AccessTM portable ultrasound system, designed to help healthcare providers improve care... [More]
CMO Council announces the launch of global innovation ecosystem to advance UNICEF’s work

CMO Council announces the launch of global innovation ecosystem to advance UNICEF’s work

The Chief Marketing Officer (CMO) Council today announced the launch of a global CauseTech.net community and portal site, which is part of a new private sector initiative to crowdsource breakthrough ideas, inventions, products, and emerging technologies that can advance the work done by the UNICEF Global Innovation Center worldwide. [More]

Western European market for infant care solutions estimated to reach $177.5 million in 2018

The saturated European market for infant care solutions has received fresh impetus from the rising incidence of preterm births. This trend is not only fuelling the demand for neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) devices but also skilled and trained professionals to operate these devices. [More]
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