Novita Therapeutics, a new medical device company, hopes its approach to developing products, grooming them until they're ready to be spun-off as a separate company, lifts the industry out of the research doldrums.
Patients with narrowed arteries who don't qualify for drug-eluting stents could be helped by teams of sticky nanoparticles, dubbed nanoburrs, according to a study in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
Could looking at mammograms with cancerous lesions before starting work for the day influence how likely radiologists are to report positive findings? A new study, published in Current Biology helps us approach the answer. Read how airport security X-rays might inform medical imaging.
Cleveland BioLabs just got a patent for a drug that could protect people from radiation sickness, possibly saving lives in the aftermath of a nuclear power plant accident or radioactive "dirty" bomb attack.