Ryan Bushey
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Ryan Bushey is the former digital editor for Advantage Business Media’s Science Group.  He covered scientific discoveries, emerging technologies and the business of the life sciences sector for R&D Magazine and Drug Discovery & Development along with managing social media for both publications. He’s an experienced journalist whose work has appeared in Business Insider, Slate, and Indiewire.

Two companies are teaming up for a unique collaboration aimed at enhancing hearing abilities for patients with hearing challenges.
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12.28.2017
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Engineers have devised a form of light sensing technology that can capture highly sensitive, more easily manipulated and higher quality digital imaging.
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12.27.2017
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Other car companies are launching electric car projects of their own.
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12.22.2017
11:33am
Data derived from this study could lead to the development of diagnostic techniques that are safer, less time consuming and less invasive.
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12.12.2017
3:14pm
This program infused with machine learning algorithms could significantly help with managing a debilitating condition with no cure.
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11.29.2017
3:13pm
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New research could provide more insight into developing a potential AIDs vaccine.
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11.22.2017
10:29am
Researchers found that fine fibers like spider silk could boost the quality of microphones built into hearing aids.
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11.20.2017
2:28pm
There is an array of internal and external issues that could arise with these powerful machines.
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11.15.2017
2:59pm
The scientists used the Sumatra-Andaman Earthquake as a starting point for their research.
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11.14.2017
3:17pm
This novel advancement could significantly streamline medical imaging for healthcare practitioners.
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11.10.2017
3:24pm
This reinforcement learning technique refines the robot’s movement with trial and error, until it’s even better at its job than the human taught it to be.
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11.9.2017
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Flaws like this can limit the ductility and strength of parts that require heavy load efforts, like the landing gear of airplanes.
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10.30.2017
3:57pm
Heart disease is the leading cause of death globally, with coronary artery disease (CAD) attributed to one in seven deaths in the United States.
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10.27.2017
9:53am
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The miracle material could significantly improve certain features of your favorite device.
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10.25.2017
2:59pm
These nano-ribbons stand vertically rather than lying flat on a surface.
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10.20.2017
3:15pm
Engineers are exploring an area of research called biomimetics, which is an interdisciplinary field combining principles of engineering, chemistry, and biology.
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10.19.2017
10:13am
Scientists are exploring how additive manufacturing could help create new tools to help astronauts survive in the dark recesses of space.
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10.16.2017
2:34pm
These prototypes are inspired by piezoelectric materials that produce a current and voltage when they are mechanically deformed.
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10.13.2017
3:17pm
General Motors (GM) announced it will add a new venture to its growing portfolio.
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10.10.2017
9:19am
Additive manufacturing is predicted to revolutionize a number of industries, but the healthcare field could benefit the most from this technology.
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10.6.2017
11:28am
A team of chemists have designed a unique catalyst that expedites the rate of a crucial step in artificial photosynthesis.
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10.3.2017
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The opioid epidemic in the U.S. has reached a critical juncture.
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10.2.2017
1:34pm
The network devised by these engineers uses two laser-based technologies.
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9.29.2017
2:50pm
The device harnesses a mix of sensors and machine learning algorithms to track this physiological state.
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9.29.2017
8:57am
Futuristic technology is enabling sophisticated communication between devices of all shapes and sizes, transforming the way we live and work.
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9.26.2017
9:56am
Maintaining machines residing in various manufacturing facilities can be an arduous task.
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9.21.2017
1:52pm
The survey was conducted to get an understanding of the current and future market demand for internet of health things solutions.
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9.15.2017
2:55pm
The team screened a library of 100 million antibodies to find a way to "reprogram" ordinary adult cells.
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9.13.2017
3:17pm
The success of the trial was determined based on metrics including the quality of the cells, as well as certain genes that yielded different expression levels.
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9.8.2017
9:32am
A computer program could hold the key to predicting when the next tremors will occur in an earthquake zone.
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9.1.2017
10:28am
A phenomenon occurring in photosynthesis could help engineers create a new type of artificial solar cell.
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8.30.2017
2:16pm
Today’s technology has pushed VR even further, and researchers continue to make environments more and more lifelike.
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8.29.2017
2:14pm
The goal of this experiment for both companies is to gain a new understanding of how customers view food delivery by these futuristic cars.
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8.29.2017
10:25am
The fossil was discovered in 1964 by private fossil collectors, but scientists were only recently invited to study the specimen.
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8.28.2017
2:42pm
Using VR technology, students and doctors alike have the ability to view and learn from immersive 360 degree viewing of actual operations
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8.25.2017
1:33pm
VR is providing intriguing opportunities for companies to create new products.
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8.22.2017
8:55am
Improving research and development initiatives for new energy sources has also been a persistent interest of Bill Gates over the years.
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8.17.2017
8:52am
Scientists crafted a technique that can bypass a charging issue associated with these power sources.
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8.15.2017
3:14pm
As threats become more complex, scientists and engineers must come up with new, cutting-edge technologies to give soldiers an advantage on the battlefield.
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8.14.2017
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