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Using structural diversity to measure the complexity of technologies.

The paper introduces structural diversity as a new approach to quantify the complexity of technologies. By modeling technologies as combinatorial networks, a measure of technological complexity is derived that represents the diversity of (sub-)network topologies in these networks. It is further argued that this measure can be empirically approximated with the Network Diversity Score (NDS). The paper also presents an application of this approach to European patent data from 1980 to 2015. On this basis, the m...


Information and communication technologies for weight loss.

The potential of information and communication technologies has quickly been identified for health and in particular to promote weight loss. Several types of technologies exist with varying degrees of efficiency. These include programs on the Internet, using text messages, smartphone applications or portable devices. All these technologies are based on a set of weight loss strategies known to be effective, such as self-monitoring, feedback and social support. Despite promising results, several important lim...

The Modern Medical Technologies in Orphan Diseases Prevention.

The article covers issues of organization of orphan diseases prevention using modern technologies. The role of preconception training, medical genetic counseling, auxiliary reproductive technologies, prenatal diagnostic and fetal surgery techniques, neonatal screening at particular stages of preventive measures is reflected.


Special Issue: Drug Delivery Systems and Technologies Part I.

Comparing the effects of thermal and non-thermal technologies on pomegranate juice quality: A review.

The consumption of pomegranate juice (PJ) has increased substantially since scientific literature reported its therapeutic benefits that are attributable to antioxidant, antimicrobial, anti-carcinogenic, and anti-inflammatory properties. The growing consumer demands for fresh and high-quality food products have led to the interest in non-thermal technologies for preservation of fruit juices. Although thermal pasteurization is the most widely used preservation technology, it has adverse effects on the nutrit...

Protein Conjugates and Fusion Proteins as Ocular Therapeutics.

Long-acting delivery (LAD) of ocular therapeutics has substantial potential to improve the standard of care for ocular diseases such as age-related macular degeneration (AMD) by increasing patient compliance and reducing overall treatment burden on patients and healthcare providers. While relatively few ocular LAD technologies are currently on the market, a variety of emergent and novel protein engineering-based technologies are being investigated in both the laboratory and clinical settings. Here, we revie...

Who cares what parents think or do? Observational learning and experience-based learning through communication in rice farmers' willingness to adopt sustainable agricultural technologies in Hubei Province, China.

Sustainable agricultural technologies are of great significance in fully utilizing agricultural resources and promoting agricultural production. However, the adoption rates of these technologies are often characterized as low in rural areas in China. To figure out the potential salient determinants of rice farmers' willingness to adopt sustainable agricultural technologies, this paper, by employing the multivariate probit model and ordered probit model, particularly and firstly explores the roles of observa...

Modified cells as potential ocular drug delivery systems.

Drug delivery to ocular targets is problematic, especially in retinal disease treatment. Therefore, targeted drug delivery, prolonged drug action, and minimally invasive treatments are needed. In this review, we describe cell technologies for drug delivery. These technologies are based on genetic engineering and nongenetic-based approaches for cell modification. In principle, cell technologies enable targeted delivery, long drug action, and minimally invasive administration, but they have only been sparsely...

Telling tales: unlocking the potential of AAC technologies.

Augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) has been transformed by the social media revolution made possible by the emergence of mobile technology. The cumbersome dedicated devices of the 1970s have evolved into a burgeoning AAC app industry. However, the limited use and abandonment of AAC technologies remains high. Unlocking the untapped potential of technology requires a paradigm shift in the design of AAC technologies by building systems that minimize the cognitive load placed on users, adapting to...

Alternative Technologies That Facilitate Access to Discrete Metal Complexes.

Organometallic complexes: these two words jump to the mind of the chemist and are directly associated with their utility in catalysis or as a pharmaceutical. Nevertheless, to be able to use them, it is necessary to synthesize them, and it is not always a small matter. Typically, synthesis is via solution chemistry, using a round-bottom flask and a magnetic or mechanical stirrer. This review takes stock of alternative technologies currently available in laboratories that facilitate the synthesis of such comp...

Effects of assisted reproductive technologies on transposon regulation in the mouse pre-implanted embryo.

Do assisted reproductive technologies (ARTs) impact on the expression of transposable elements (TEs) in preimplantation embryos?

Advances of sequencing and assembling technologies for complex genomes.

Complex genomes are noted to be extremely difficult to sequence or assemble by using ordinary methods. Complex genomes are typically characterized as being highly repetitive, highly heterozygous, extremely GC biased, or naturally contaminated, i.e., contaminations which cannot be removed before sequencing. To solve these problems with sequencing and assembling complex genomes, three major techniques include: (1) DNA extraction experiments, (2) Sequencing technologies and platforms, and (3) Algorithms and st...

Technology-mediated macrocognition: Investigating how physicians, nurses, and respiratory therapists make critical decisions.

Although intensive care clinicians are expected to make data-driven critical decisions using the technologies available to them, the effect of those technologies on decision-making are not well understood. Using the macrocognitive framework, we studied critical decision-making and technology use to understand how different specialists within teams make decisions and guide the development of decision-making support technologies.

Modern technologies and algorithms for scaffolding assembled genomes.

The computational reconstruction of genome sequences from shotgun sequencing data has been greatly simplified by the advent of sequencing technologies that generate long reads. In the case of relatively small genomes (e.g., bacterial or viral), complete genome sequences can frequently be reconstructed computationally without the need for further experiments. However, large and complex genomes, such as those of most animals and plants, continue to pose significant challenges. In such genomes, assembly softwa...

Dementia care frameworks and assistive technologies for their implementation: A Review.

In this review we focus on the various integrated care models that have been applied for the management of dementia patients. We explore the different types of assistive technologies (mobile, wearable and home-based systems) for dementia care, with a special emphasis on technologies that involve or target to the informal caregiver as end user. In an attempt to reveal the needs for information sharing, communication and collaboration between people with dementia and caregivers involved in the effective and i...

Nutrient concentration in sediments accumulated in pre-treatment basins of urban LID technologies.

In this study, the contribution of pre-treatment basins of low impact development (LID) technologies to nutrient reduction performance was evaluated by understanding the distribution of nutrient in sediments accumulated in each system. The captured sediments were mostly silt to medium sand ranging from 9% to 92% of the sediments collected. Greater average N and P concentrations were found in silt particles amounting to 345 mg/kg and 696 mg/kg, respectively compared to sand and gravel. Although, N concentrat...

Drawing lessons from the clinical development of antibody-drug conjugates.

The antibody-drug conjugate (ADC) field has seen a remarkable expansion in the number of entrants in clinical studies. Many of these agents employ newer conjugation technologies that have been developed over the last decade that confer various attributes to the ADCs prepared with them, including stability, potency, and homogeneity. In many cases, these new ADCs appear demonstrably superior to earlier technologies in preclinical models of activity and toxicology, but the degree to which these improvements wi...

Establishment and application of distant hybridization technology in fish.

Hybridization is widely used. However, for a long time, systematic theories and technologies related to hybridization in fish have been lacking. In this study, through long-term systematic research, we investigated and obtained the main rules regarding inheritance and reproduction related to fish distant hybridization. Furthermore, we established one-step and multistep breeding technologies that were suitable for interspecific hybridization and intraspecific hybridization. Simultaneously, we used these two ...

Introduction to Special Issue on "Electromagnetic Technologies for Medical Diagnostics: Fundamental Issues, Clinical Applications and Perspectives".

The application of microwave technologies in medical imaging and diagnostics is an emerging topic within the electromagnetic (EM) engineering community [...].

The use of proteomic technologies to study molecular mechanisms of multidrug resistance in cancer.

Multidrug resistance (MDR), defined as the cross-resistance of cancer cells toward a broad range of chemotherapeutic agents, is a universal and intractable problem in chemotherapy. The understanding of MDR mechanisms is essential to discover the potential biomarkers for predicting multidrug resistance and more importantly, tackling and preventing multidrug resistance. Multiple technologies have been used to study MDR mechanisms including comparative genomic hybridization, DNA array, differential display RT-...

The association between assisted reproductive technologies and low birth weight.

To examine the existing literature in regards to the relationship between assisted reproductive technologies (ART) and low birth weight (LBW).

An overview of technologies to recover phosphorus as struvite from wastewater: advantages and shortcomings.

Phosphorus (P) is a significant limiting nutrient which is essential for all forms of lives. However, phosphate rock reserves are depleting rapidly due to population growth. At the same time, several countries have imposed legislative regulations on P-release into surface waters due to eutrophication. Nutrient recovery from wastewater can facilitate a sustainable, cost-effective and environment-friendly source of phosphorus. Although P-recovery as struvite from wastewater has been widely studied for a long ...

Patent Application Trends of Induced Pluripotent Stem Cell Technologies in the United States, Japanese, and European Applications.

Patent application trends were investigated for induced pluripotent stem cell (iPSC) technologies, particularly disease-specific cell technologies related to iPSCs, in the U.S., Japanese, and European applications during 2017. The number of patent applications for iPSC technologies was 1516 in the United States, 895 in Japan, and 420 in Europe, with 5% of applications for disease-specific cell technologies. In contrast, the percentages of patent applications for iPSC preparation and differentiation technolo...

Influence of the best practices of environmental management on green product development.

Corporate environmental management attention is shifting from clean technologies and pollution prevention to green product development (GPD). As a result, firms consider GPD critical for their increased productivity, cost reduction, better use of input resources, mitigation of waste disposal and become environmentally friendly. This research measures the effects of the best practices of environmental management - pollution prevention technologies, innovation and early timing - on GPD; and to analyze whether...

Virtual and Augmented Reality in Oncologic Liver Surgery.

Virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) in complex surgery are evolving technologies enabling improved preoperative planning and intraoperative navigation. The basis of these technologies is a computer-based generation of a patient-specific 3-dimensional model from Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine (DICOM) data. This article provides a state-of-the- art overview on the clinical use of this technology with a specific focus on hepatic surgery. Although VR and AR are still in an evolving s...


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