Doctors have devised a new way to treat amputees with phantom limb pain.
About the size of a stapler, this new handheld device developed at EFPL tests large numbers of proteins all at one.
Forbes.com contributing editor, Larry Husten, offers a glimpse into how one cardiologist’s idea was of no interest to Jobs.
Gems Sensors & Controls, partnering with TraceParts, offers 3D models for a large number of their products across multiple CAD platforms.
Institute will leverage university expertise and resources to advance development and commercialization of manufacturing technology in Western New York
With a sensor-based onesie that tracks a baby’s health, MIT spinout Rest Devices is bringing innovation to baby monitoring.
Tucked away on a dead end street on Rockford's near northwest side is the headquarters for a $50 million machine tool powerhouse.
Researchers develop a bioinspired, actuated material that mimics the complex motion of heart muscle.
ITA members and non-members alike may submit abstracts by e-mail for consideration by the conference organizing committee.
Parker enters clinical trial agreements with leading rehabilitation centers to support the commercial launch of Indego.
Tissue Fusion will continue developing a surgical device that utilizes lasers, rather than staples and sutures, to close wounds during nasal surgery.
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The new acute care ventilator from Covidien helps enable patients to breathe more naturally through innovative technology.
Stay Connected, an initiative in coordination with the forthcoming ISO standards to reduce medical device tubing misconnections.
InstantGMP’s web site resource assists new medical device manufacturers in understanding the requirements for software validation.