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Noninvasive Neural Stimulation Projects at Stanford

A wide variety of medical conditions arise from either inactive or overactive neurons in the brain and other parts of the body. Being able to control neurons to fire correctly may help treat many diseases and researchers at Stanford University are hard at work studying how transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) and ultrasound can make that happen.

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Stem Cell BioGenerator to Help Repair Broken Hearts

NuVascular Technologies (Ashland, MA) has partnered with Worcester Polytechnic Institute and BioSurfaces, Inc. (Ashland, MA) to introduce the BioGenerator stem cell device for clinical applications. The device holds stem cells produced at Worcester from adult bone marrow cells. It can either be attached to the heart wall or injected into cardiac ti (Read more...)

Bellafill FDA Approved to Treat Acne Scars

Acne scars from teenage years stay with some throughout their lives, affecting a good chunk of the population and making millions of women apply dense layers of makeup to their face. It’s a constant reminder of one’s age and a source of regret for not taking care of acne when it was active. Now there’s a solution, thanks to an FDA (Read more...)