Geneoscopy Offers New Colorectal Cancer Screening Option

A St. Louis-based startup company hopes to spare many people the discomfort of colonoscopies. Geneoscopy developed a noninvasive alternative using a method to isolate and preserve biomarkers for colorectal cancer in stool samples. Geneoscopy claims its screening tool is more reliable than other noninvasive options, improving accuracy of testing and reducing costs. The company claims the new screening method can accurately detect colorectal cancer.

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Geneoscopy Offers New Colorectal Cancer Screening Option

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New Drug Delivery Method to the Brain is Tested in Locusts

Washington University engineers are exploring a new drug-delivery method to the brain using gold and locusts!

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SMART Cells: Stem Cells Edited to Fight Arthritis

Researchers rewire stem cells' genetic circuits to autonomously produce a biologic drug when the cells encounter inflammation from arthritis.

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Veterinary Motion Analysis Lab Hopes to Improve Orthopedic Treatments for Pets and People

Veterinary Motion Analysis Lab could lead to better orthopedic treatments and procedures for small animals and humans.

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All About Science: Entrepreneur Creates Genius Games

Genius Games is a series of card and board games that teach players about atoms, ionic bonds and cell biology and structure.


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New Weight-Loss Stomach Pump Device Rids Body of Food Before Digestion

Meet one aspiration therapy patient who is losing weight. He once weighed over 400 pounds.

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Date: April 18, 2015 Time: 10:00am