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Matternet's drones have drawn interest from all kinds of folks looking to move objects in more efficient ways, from textbooks in Australia to lab samples in Switzerland. The latest party to turn to the Silicon Valley startup for aerial courier solutions is logistics giant UPS, which will use its aircraft to ferry medical samples between labs and a hospital in North Carolina... Continue Rea
Scientists at Columbia University have developed flexible, functional, waterproof transistors. These could find use in building miniaturized medical sensors, brain-machine interfaces, or long-term implants... Continue Reading Flexible, high-performance transistors pave the way for mini medical sensors and implants Category: Health & Wellbeing Tags: Columbia University
It's looking more and more likely that tiny robots could one day be swimming and crawling through your body, delivering drugs or scrubbing out your arteries. But the human body is full of wildly different environments, so any robots exploring them need to be able to adapt on the fly. Now, researchers at EPFL and ETH Zurich have developed micro-robots that can automatically morph in respons
It has been an exciting year for medical science, a field generally not known for giant revolutionary breakthroughs, but rather quieter, small, piecemeal discoveries that build on existing knowledge to improve our health and well being. Alongside new discoveries in gut-brain communication and the genesis of Alzheimer's disease, the FDA made massively symbolic leaps in the growing acceptanc
Lead programmer Jan Beneš at Oxymoron Games chats with Gamasutra about the making of the successful medical sim Project Hospital. ...
dubbed brick by brick, the project blends tradition with contemporary standards to promote small yet effective innovations. The post studio TOTALE builds a sustainable medical center in tanzania appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
albert einstein education and research center by safdie architects breaks ground in são paulo, brazil The post safdie architects’ proposed medical school breaks ground in são paolo appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
conceived as a 'box in a box', the 'performative bond' project covers the space in white adding sophisticated elegant elements to the interior. The post subtle marble lines define the layout of this medical center in braga, by martins architecture appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Set for a Fantastic Voyage through your veins ISSCC  A research team has developed a swimming microrobot designed to navigate through your bloodstream – all with your best interests at heart. Or at lung. Or at the far-flung islets of Langerhans.…
While research is booming in the field of ingestible medical implants, a major challenge still to be overcome is working out how to power these tiny devices when they are deep inside a human body. Traditional batteries are large, contain toxic chemicals, and need to be periodically replaced, but new research from MIT and Brigham and Women's Hospital has demonstrated a way to power implante


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