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app development, Surgery, surgical collaboration, Surgical Advancements, Surgery Centers, Recovery after Surgery, recovery room, surgical research, technological devices, technological innovation, Technological Development, Protocols

Using an App to Speed Surgical Recovery

Messaging software helps patients follow steps for healing March 6, 2016 Many patients can recover from major surgery more quickly if they diligently follow recommended practices to aid the body’s healing process — but it’s difficult for these patients to remember and follow the many instructions they’ve been given, especially after surgery has left them weary, medicated and in discomfort.

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drug adverse events, Abacavir, Antiviral Drugs, HIV, abacavir hypersensitivity syndrome, Computer Modeling, HLA-B*57:01, Immune Response

Computer Models Could Allow Researchers to Better Understand, Predict Adverse Drug Reactions

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Computer model shows what happens at the molecular level during severe allergic reactions to abacavir, a common HIV drug

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Rutgers Licenses Low-Cost, High-Quality Graphene Production Method to Everpower

Rutgers University has licensed a technology that allows for the mass production of high-quality graphene at a reduced cost to Everpower International Holdings Co., Ltd. (“Everpower”).

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Sdsc, San Diego Supercomputer Center, Uc San Diego, Intel, Earthquakes, seismic analysis, Yifeng Cui, Alex Breuer, SCEC

SDSC Achieves Record Performance in Seismic Simulations with Intel

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Researchers at the San Diego Supercomputer Center (SDSC) at the University of California San Diego have developed a new seismic software package with Intel Corporation that has enabled the fastest seismic simulation to-date, as the two organizations collaborate on ways to better predict ground motions to save lives and minimize property damage.

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Nanotech, nanotechnnology, Nanomaterial, Bone Regeneration, Medical Science, Agriculture, Veterinary, Veterinarian, bone injury, Trauma Among Military, Trauma, medical advances, Research & Development, Research, cattle industry, Bone Disease, Antibiotic

From Bovines to the Battlefield: New Bone Regeneration Technology Has Wide-Ranging Benefits

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A nanomaterial-based bone regeneration technology developed at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock already proved effective in saving a prized bull. In the future, it could help everyone from patients to soldiers to car crash victims more fully recover from traumatic bone ailments injuries.

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female genital mutilation, Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery, clitoris, Sexual Health, Human Rights

Penn Physician Pioneers New Reconstructive Surgery for Female Genital Mutilation

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There is new hope for the hundreds of millions of women worldwide who have been subjected to genital mutilation. A surgeon in Penn Medicine’s Center for Human Appearance has developed a reconstructive procedure that can increase sexual function and, patients’ early experiences suggest, help heal the emotional and psychological wounds associated with the mutilation.

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Smartphones, Cellphones, Phones, Tech, Technology, Communications, Telecommunications, Personality, ACM CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, ACM CHI, CHI 2017, CHI, Computing, Internet, mobile devices, Rutgers, Rutgers University, New Jersey, NJ, Janne Lindqvist

Smartphone Interruptions: Are Yours Relentless and Annoying?

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Does your smartphone spew a relentless stream of text messages, push alerts, social media messages and other noisy notifications? Well, Rutgers experts have developed a novel model that can predict your receptiveness to smartphone interruptions. It incorporates personality traits and could lead to better ways to manage a blizzard of notifications and limit interruptions – if smartphone manufacturers get on board.

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Group Blazes Path to Efficient, Eco-Friendly Deep-Ultraviolet LED

A Cornell-led group has demonstrated the ability to produce deep-ultraviolet emission using an LED light source, potentially solving several problems related to quantum efficiency of current devices.

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Ram Pendyala, TOMNET Director, Available to Address U.S. Transportation Infrastructure.

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UVA's i.Lab Showcases Innovative University Startups at South by Southwest 2017

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The W.L. Lyons Brown III Innovation Laboratory (i.Lab) at the University of Virginia Darden School for Business will exhibit at South by Southwest (SXSW) 2017, showcasing innovative UVA-affiliated startups supported by the i.Lab's Incubator program.







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