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Small Biotechs May Beat Silicon Valley Tech Titans and Big Pharma in The Bioelectronic Medicine Race

(PPCB) announced yesterday that the FDA approved their Orphan Drug Designation (ODD) for the use of its lead product, PRP.

The Bioelectronic Nose — A New Way to Detect Oyster Spoilage Before  Consumers Get Sick | American Council on Science and Health

The Bioelectronic Nose — A New Way to Detect Oyster Spoilage Before Consumers Get Sick | American Council on Science and Health

Bioelectronic “Nose” Sniffs Out Food Spoilage

Researchers at Seoul National University developed a way to use nanotechnology to detect rotting odors that are too faint for the human nose.

How to co-opt our biochemistry to build nano-devices

How to co-opt our biochemistry to build nano-devices

Supercharging the nervous system with biological, ion-transistor computer chips. May 30, 2012 at 9:34 am  A bioelectronic engineer has built the first “ion transistor” computer chip. In essence, these ion transistors mean that we can now build computer chips that directly interface with the cells in your body.

With the development of an “integrated chemical chip,” a doctoral student in Organic Electronics at Sweden’s Linköping University has created the basis for an entirely new circuit technology based on the transmission of ions and molecules.

Pilot Clinical Trial to Assess If Bioelectronic Implant Can Ease Pain in 18 Patients

Can Bioelectronic Implant Ease Lupus-related Pain? Clinical Trial Hopes to Find Out

A pilot clinical trial in New York will evaluate the potential of a small electronic device, implanted in an ear, might ease pain in patients with lupus.

Ever Heard Of Bioelectronic Medicine? Tech Meets Medicine And Google Teams Up With GSK. So What Do You Think The Future Of Medicine Will Be?

Google teams up with GSK to develop 'bioelectronic medicines'

Apple entices its first big drug company to ResearchKit - AIVAnet

Researchers invented an implanted bioelectronic device that delivers therapeutic drugs to rats’ spinal cords with unprecedented precision, reducing pain without side effects, according to a study published today in Science Advances. The researchers say that by delivering lower doses of pain medication in a more targeted way, side effects that often accompany traditional administration of pain medications can be avoided.

This new implantable device cuts effective drug doses to just - ScienceAlert

GlaxoSmithKline and Googles life science wing form new bioelectronic medicine company  A fortnight after offering news that it will be using Apples ReasearchKit to conduct arthritis research drug giant GlaxoSmithKline has announced that it will be teaming with Verily the Alphabet-owned LLC formerly known as Google Life Sciences to create Galvani Bioelectronics.  The jointly owned venture (55-percent GSK 45-percent Verily) will work to explore bioelectronic medicine a field that utilizes tiny…

[embedded content] A fortnight after offering news that it will be using Apple’s ReasearchKit to conduct arthritis research, drug giant GlaxoSmithKline has announced that it will be teaming with.

Recently, scientists at Harvard University and Peking University designed, fabricated and demonstrated bioelectronic probes as small as 5 nanometers using a unique three-dimension nanowire-nanotube heterostructure.

The twain finally meet: Nanowires and nanotubes combined to form intracellular bioelectronic probes

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New Therapy Could Reduce Autoimmune Inflammation

Bioelectronic medicine is a new field of study using a device to stimulate a specific nerve reducing inflammation in the body for autoimmune

Bioelectronic medicine combines molecular medicine, bioengineering, and neuroscience to discover and develop nerve stimulating and sensing technologies to regulate biological processes and treat disease.

Bioelectronic medicine combines molecular medicine, bioengineering, and neuroscience to discover and develop nerve stimulating and sensing technologies to regulate biological processes and treat disease.

#Bioelectronic medicine - Harnessing the electrical language of the body to treat chronic diseases - GlaxoSmithKline. Related pin: https://www.pinterest.com/pin/199284352240736529/

Harnessing the electrical language of the body to treat disease

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Bioelectronic medicine uses nerve-stimulating technologies to regulate the molecular targets underlying a wide variety of diseases, conditions and injuries.

Bioelectronic medicine may trick body into healing itself - A Must Read -6/22/15

Bioelectronic medicine may trick body into healing itself - New York News

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