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Johns Hopkins University Hub News

Truly autonomous STAR robot performs difficult surgeries with high precision

Medgadget - 03-Feb-2022

Now this is what people imagine when we talk about robotic surgery!

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Role of muscle strengthening protein in reducing life span

Johns Hopkins School of Medicine - 04-Aug-2021

Activation of CaMKII improved muscle fitness but increased the risk of ageing

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Comprehensive history and explanation of senescent cells

The Scientist - 01-Mar-2020

Including the latest on clinical trials of first-generation senolytics

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Controlling prosthetic arms with the power of thought

Neuroscience News - 18-Oct-2019

Patient with quadriplegia can control prosthetic arms with a brain interface technology

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Skin regeneration in mice - 2 different methods but same pathway

Lifespan.io (LEAF) - 18-Jul-2019

Retinoic acid could be a key ingredient in elixir of youth

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Surprisingly difficult to blow up an asteroid

Sky News - 05-Mar-2019

Unless completely obliterated they tend to reform

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Pandemic could kill 900 million people

Metro - 30-Jul-2018

Lack of adequate response systems may result in the death of 10% of the population

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US birth rates drop to lowest since 1987

BBC - 17-May-2018

Low birth rates are common in developed countries but it’ll lead to fewer young people in the workforce

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Blood test detects eight common forms of cancer

BBC - 19-Jan-2018

Looks for mutations in 16 genes and eight proteins that regularly arise in cancer. Blood test de...

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New method to accurately determine functional age of cells

News Medical - 11-Jul-2017

Considers biophysical qualities of cells, such as cell movements and structural features. Other ...

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Brain Implant Will Let Amputees Move Individual Fingers On Prosthetics With Thoughts Alone

Institute for Ethics and Emerging Technologies (IEET) - 17-Feb-2016

128 electrode sensors tested on epilepsy patient. Same electrode array used to monitor then cont...

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ElectRx program supports self-healing of body and mind

DARPA - 05-Oct-2015

Goal is a closed-loop system that treats diseases by modulating the activity of peripheral nerves...

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3D-printed guide helps regenerate complex nerves

Kurzweil Network - 18-Sep-2015

Regrowth of nerves after injury or disease is very rare. New technique 3D imaged and 3D printed ...

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Believe you can lose weight and you can

Mint - 09-Sep-2015

Or at least this survey of 9,000 people found that people who believe weight is determined by the...

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MRI to detect telltale ‘cellular slime’ on cancer cells

Johns Hopkins University - 31-Mar-2015

Could replace invasive biopsies in diagnosis The study was published in the Nature Communication...

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