Empreva is an innovation that can help empower women, particularly in developing countries, protect themselves against HIV and unintended pregnancy.
Patrick Hutchins discusses Callis, a test that can predict heart attacks more accurately than existing cholesterol tests.
Chris King, Postdoctoral Fellow at the Institute for Protein Design discusses redesigning protein sequences to create more efficient and less invasive drug therapies.
Alex discusses Cardiac Mimetics, a nano-fabricated platform using stem-cell derived heart muscle cells to test for drug toxicity.
VICIS is developing a new football helmet that mitigates the forces likely to cause concussion.
Derek Streat discusses a software system that enables evaluation and improvement of health care practitioners.
Franziksa Seeger discusses designing proteins computationally to treat autoimmune diseases such as multiple sclerosis and chron¹s disease.
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Josh Burton, Genome Sciences PhD Student, discusses making genome sequencing easier the fill out the tree of life.
Healthcare devices expert, Robert Barry, discusses how Stasys can more efficiently treat trauma patients and save lives, while saving money.
Gabe Butterfield, Molecular & Cellular Biology PhD Student, discusses how using targeted mRNA delivery can help cure diseases using non-surgical means.
By dampening the decibel level of pile driving, Marine Construction Technologies is lowering the impact on marine life, while increasing the allowable number of active construction days per year.
The benefits of creating 3-dimensional protein crystals
Providing an effective and scalable means of assessing surgical skills on a continuous improvement basis.
vHAB is an innovative virtual reality platform that assists patients recovering from stroke or spinal cord injury with physical therapy through games.