Researchers develop a bioinspired, actuated material that mimics the complex motion of heart muscle.
A catheter-based chip device looks to provide 3D images from inside heart and blood vessels.
Pairing nanodiamond-embedded contact lenses with existing drugs shows promise as a new therapy for glaucoma.
A new bioprinting method creates intricately patterned 3D tissue constructs with multiple types of cells and tiny blood vessels.
Penn State researchers place tiny synthetic motors inside live human cells, propel them with ultrasonic waves, and steered them magnetically.
Specialized 3D printing extruder, developed by a UAH sophomore and his collaborator, looks to lower the costs of printing cellular structures.
Researchers announce a unique micro-robotic technique to assemble the components of complex materials.
Researchers are developing a miniature, low-power wireless microsystem to make these medical aids smaller, more comfortable, and more efficient.
Categorizing bio-scaffolds by characteristic cell shapes plays a role in cells grown to repair, replace damaged tissue.
A cochlear implant that can be wirelessly recharged would use the natural microphone of the middle ear rather than a skull-mounted sensor.
Materials Project provides a systematic way of exploring the vast realm of unfamiliar materials; ideal for finding just the right type.
The Purdue Research Foundation and Cook Medical partner on a $12 million project to support life sciences startup opportunities.
The patent-pending IV Ease is an accessory that eliminates need for medical tape, which avoids irritated skin and allergic reactions.
Ribbon cutting at Youngstown State University puts YSU at the forefront of the 3D printing revolution.
Carnegie Mellon researchers develop novel tools to improve manufacturing processes for medical device and aerospace industries.