NIH’s stem cell-based AMD therapy ready for first human trial
Induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSCs) are adult cells that are reprogrammed back to an embryonic state
Innovations transforming the lives of the disability community
Changes to the disability benefits system have caused huge hardship to some of the country’s most vulnerable people and cost the government more than £4bn more in extra welfare payments than ministers estimated, according to recent figures. Charlotte Macken of Nesta’s Challenge Prize Centre, writes.
AI tool scans tumour shape to detect aggressive ovarian cancer
A team at The Institute of Cancer Research in the UK have created an artificial intelligence (AI) tool that looks for clusters of cells within tumours with misshapen nuclei, the control centres within each cell