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OLEV selected as 1 of 10 emerging technologies in 2013 by World Economic Forum
Date:2/14/2013

Genomic technologies have been applied broadly to the human diet in order to identify at the sequence level the vast number of naturally consumed proteins that are therefore Generally Regarded As Safe (GRAS) for human consumption. Among them are proteins that individually have advantages over current protein supplements/ingredients such as greater percentage of essential amino acids, branched chain amino acids, solubility, taste, texture and nutrition/calorie. Large-scale production of pure, human dietary proteins tailored for health benefits such as in muscle development, diabetes and obesity are underway based on applications of biotechnology to molecular nutrition.

Remote Sensing (self-drive cars, for monitoring and communicating health, etc.):

The more widespread use of sensors that allow often passive responses to external stimulae will continue to change the way we respond to the environment. Examples include increased uses of sensors to monitor bodily function (heart rate, blood oxygen and sugar levels) which trigger a medical response, whether it be insulin or simply a monitoring of a person throughout their day. Advances rely on wireless communication between devices, low power sensing technologies and sometimes active energy harvesting. Other examples include vehicle-to-vehicle sensing for improved safety.

Nano-designed Effective Drug Delivery:

The molecularly localized delivery of pharmaceuticals only where needed offers unprecedented opportunities for more effective treatments while dramatically reducing their side effects. Targeted nanoparticles that adhere to diseased tissue allowing for the delivery of potent therapeutic compounds while minimizing their impact on healthy tissue, are now advancing in clinical trials. After almost a decade of research, these new approaches are finally showing early signs of clinical utility, increased local concentration and exposure time of the drug and in some cas
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Contact: Lan Yoon
hlyoon@kaist.ac.kr
82-423-502-295
The Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST)
Source:Eurekalert  

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