Scientists are planting human stem cells on membranes of parsley and vanilla beans to optimize cell growth and discover new possibilities for biomedical implants.
By using principles of systems engineering, researchers are examining the interplay of patients, clinicians, and technology to improve processes and reduce patient safety risks.
Researchers are investigating ways to accelerate learning by stimulating nerves in the head and neck, building on prior research that showed stimulation of nerves in animals dramatically increased the speed at which an animal learned a task.
The Forward BIO Institute catalyzes innovation in biomanufacturing research, and acts as a catapult to push groundbreaking technologies into the private sector. To accomplish this vision, the Institute engages with research institutions throughout the Midwest and supports innovations in transformative research and development, public-private partnerships, and workforce development in the emerging area of biomanufacturing.
WIHSE aims to revolutionize the patient experience, improve population health, control healthcare costs, and enhance clinician satisfaction by bringing together practitioners and researchers to design better systems in health care.
MADISON, Wis., /PRNewswire/ — Dianomi Therapeutics Inc. announced that it has licensed a second suite of intellectual property (IP) from the Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation (WARF), expanding the use of its Mineral Coated Microparticle (MCM) …February 14, 2020
The UW–Madison College of Engineering has added 12 new faculty members this academic year, with expertise ranging from fusion energy to quantum systems to the earth’s energy. Meet the new faculty members, and learn about …November 19, 2019
Healthcare improvements are a crucial component of addressing a larger societal need. With a better understanding of microstructures found in biological tissues and other soft matter, clinicians can gain insight into previously unknown mechanisms of …November 14, 2019
By electrically stimulating nerves, neuromodulation therapies can reduce epileptic seizures, treat depression and a host of other health conditions, and soothe chronic pain—all without the use of conventional drugs like opioids. Now, University of Wisconsin-Madison …November 7, 2019
UW-Madison professor Aviad Hai is developing tiny electronic sensors to study brain activity using MRI. A magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scanner can be used to take detailed anatomical snapshots of the brain noninvasively — without …November 3, 2019
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