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‘Virtual biopsy’ device detects skin tumors in 15 minutes

The first-of-its-kind experimental procedure, called vibrational optical coherence tomography (VOCT), creates a 3D map of the lesion’s width and depth under the skin with a tiny laser diode.

Enzymes That Convert ‘A’ Blood Type to Universal ‘O’ Type Discovered

This will increase the supply of blood for transfusions greatly, saving many lives.

Statewide Montana INBRE program based at MSU receives five-year, $17.6 million grant

Housed at MSU, Montana INBRE is a network of Montana universities, community colleges and tribal colleges that invests in biomedical research capacity and workforce development throughout the state.

MSU computer scientists help expand horizon of genetics research

“It’s a classic ‘big data’ problem,” Mumey said, referring to the field of computing that deals with exceptionally large and complex data sets.

Introducing the Army’s CUBE | TechLink Pulse

I’m starting this month’s edition of the Pulse by putting the spotlight on the Air Force Research Laboratory

Idaho Commerce Announces IGEM Grant Recipients

IGEM funds are awarded to Idaho research universities to partner with industry leaders on research projects geared toward commercialization.

National Science Foundation EPSCoR awards Montana $20 million to advance research and education in water quality

The CREWS project will focus on three study sites: the upper Clark Fork River, the Judith River Watershed and the Powder River Basin.

Xenon gas revealed to offer long-term protection following traumatic brain injury

If xenon is administered within a few hours of a TBI in mice, it can prevent brain tissue damage that would result in long-term cognitive problems.

Google’s AI for lung cancer diagnosis proves more accurate than radiologists in early trial

We are starting to see how the technology could one day lead to far better patient outcomes.

Biomarker study detects onset of Alzheimer’s up to 30 years before symptoms appear

The study presents nine measures, produced from several decades of data, that can signal the onset of the disease up to 30 years before cognitive decline becomes apparent.

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