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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!Read more...
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 ageingRead more...
Comprehensive history and explanation of senescent cells
The Scientist - 01-Mar-2020
Including the latest on clinical trials of first-generation senolyticsRead more...
Controlling prosthetic arms with the power of thought
Neuroscience News - 18-Oct-2019
Patient with quadriplegia can control prosthetic arms with a brain interface technologyRead more...
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 youthRead more...
Surprisingly difficult to blow up an asteroid
Sky News - 05-Mar-2019
Unless completely obliterated they tend to reformRead more...
Pandemic could kill 900 million people
Metro - 30-Jul-2018
Lack of adequate response systems may result in the death of 10% of the populationRead more...
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 workforceRead more...
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...Read more...
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 ...Read more...
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...Read more...
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...Read more...
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 ...Read more...
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...Read more...
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...Read more...