Can a prosthetic limb feel?
Physiatrist and engineer Todd Kuiken is building a prosthetic arm that connects with the human...
30th anniversary meeting of the International Titanium Association
Early bird registration end April 15, 2014; this year’s program includes a poster session, best...
Come together - Plan on attending IMTS 2014
This must-attend event for manufacturing professionals from around the world, IMTS will be held at...
Early bird registration end April 15, 2014; this year’s program includes a poster session, best master dissertation, and more.
Study shows that fixation devices derived from silkworm silk are potentially attractive alternatives to metal and synthetic-based systems.
This must-attend event for manufacturing professionals from around the world, IMTS will be held at Chicago’s McCormick Place Sept. 8-13, 2014.
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
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.
Manufacturers attending the Mazak Northeast event will discover new tools and techniques for increased part production efficiency.
A custom-fitted, implantable medical device with embedded sensors could transform treatment and prediction of cardiac disorders.
Saint-Gobain Seals Group’s diaphragms further meet the needs of medical device manufacturers.
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.
Aspect anterior cervical plate system and MaxFuse VBR system designed for use in spine fusion procedures and available for US distribution.
A new bioprinting method creates intricately patterned 3D tissue constructs with multiple types of cells and tiny blood vessels.
Specialized 3D printing extruder, developed by a UAH sophomore and his collaborator, looks to lower the costs of printing cellular structures.
Iscar's Tech Talk about Grade IC806
Iscar Metals' SUMOCHAM Chamdrill line
Cutting tool industry roundtable
Wire EDM cutting of a slot in a knee...
Increasing production velocity in a lean...