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Creation of Healthcare Virtual Career Platform: Competition for $13.2M in grant funds

Creation of Healthcare Virtual Career Platform: Competition for $13.2M in grant funds

Researchers working on full-page Braille display system to help blind read better

Researchers working on full-page Braille display system to help blind read better

Global Genes Project: World Rare Disease Day 2010, a tremendous success

Global Genes Project: World Rare Disease Day 2010, a tremendous success

Robotic surgery does not compromise clinical outcomes for prostate cancer surgery

Robotic surgery does not compromise clinical outcomes for prostate cancer surgery

Visually impaired children benefit from earlier introduction to long cane

Visually impaired children benefit from earlier introduction to long cane

"Hope – It's In Our Genes" rare disease campaign slogan translated into multiple international languages and Braille

"Hope – It's In Our Genes" rare disease campaign slogan translated into multiple international languages and Braille

Braille Institute launches Solutions in Sight to help people find fulfillment in different aspects of life

Braille Institute launches Solutions in Sight to help people find fulfillment in different aspects of life

Gently rocking embryos during IVF may improve success rates

Gently rocking embryos during IVF may improve success rates

New procedure could lead to higher IVF success rates in humans

New procedure could lead to higher IVF success rates in humans

Tax hikes in Reid-Obama healthcare bill can affect families with special needs children

Tax hikes in Reid-Obama healthcare bill can affect families with special needs children

Health minister calls for ramped up fight against HIV/AIDS in South Africa

Health minister calls for ramped up fight against HIV/AIDS in South Africa

New thin and lightweight notetaker for blind people

New thin and lightweight notetaker for blind people

Practical changes in school infrastructure can provide better environments for disabled students

Practical changes in school infrastructure can provide better environments for disabled students

Researchers look at processes asbestos fibers use to trigger cancer in human cells

Researchers look at processes asbestos fibers use to trigger cancer in human cells

Adaptive technology for visually impaired engineers

Adaptive technology for visually impaired engineers

Researchers identify brain circuits used in sensation of touch

Researchers identify brain circuits used in sensation of touch

Namibia launches HIV/AIDS information booklet in Braille

Namibia launches HIV/AIDS information booklet in Braille

New MIT designed device allows visually challenged to access Internet

New MIT designed device allows visually challenged to access Internet

E-Text equipment assists visually-impaired students

E-Text equipment assists visually-impaired students

World's smallest handheld Braille device for the blind

World's smallest handheld Braille device for the blind