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NIH Director Warns That US Research Funding is Falling Behind, Calls for New Focus on Innovation at Medical Schools
Team Members and their Robots to Lead the 87th Annual Parade in New York City with Help from Southwest Airlines and FedEx
A durable, regenerating hybrid heart valve would be an important advance.
Cleveland Diagnostics Developing Advanced Cancer Screening Tests for Prostate, Breast, and Ovarian Cancers
Reliable 3D printing under the $200 price point is a game changer for the whole industry with the release of QU-BD Inc.'s new 3D printer.
Brain stimulation technique may see considerabe improvement with a new headpiece designed by University of Michigan engineers.
HealthPatch is Designed to Optimize Healthcare; Wearable Technology Cuts Costs, Improves Access to, and Quality of, Healthcare Services
Super-Thin Membranes Clear the Way for Chip-Sized Pumps
National Robotics Initiative grant will provide surgical robots with a new level of machine intelligence.
In the future, novel optochips that combine lasers with electronics will dramatically reduce the size of technology devices.
Boston University College of Engineering Receives 50 Seats of GibbsCAM
Wearing the Anklebot in a seated posture, the robot moves the ankle and records its stiffness in multiple directions.
An effective cellular therapy for diabetes is dependent on the production of sufficient quantities of functional beta cells.
Research: Super-sticky films and wafer-thin electronics and sensors for medical implants that are highly compatible with the human body.
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