Joaquim Perramon Saura

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Mechanical Fingers Give Strength, Speed to Amputees

Dan Didrick's X-Finger is a mechanical prosthetic device that provides articulation as fast and flexible as the real thing -- without batteries, electronics or motors of any kind.

Flexible Battery, first step incorporating technology into clothes, and wearable devises.

Flexible Battery, first step incorporating technology into clothes, and wearable devises. Forget the fitbit, your running clothes could be the next step in wearable technology.

Next stage for 3D printing: custom sized and shaped 3D heart implants.

printing is becoming more and more advanced. Soon, customized heart implants will he printed more frequently. In this picture a guy is holding up a heart implant that has been customized the the patients hearts' size and shape.

Next stage for 3D printing: custom sized and shaped 3D heart implants.

printing is becoming more and more advanced. Soon, customized heart implants will he printed more frequently. In this picture a guy is holding up a heart implant that has been customized the the patients hearts' size and shape.

Scientists have successfully grown working kidneys in a lab. When grown in pigs and rats, the kidneys pass urine like natural ones. However, human trials are still many years off.

Scientists say they are a step closer to growing fully functioning replacement kidneys, after promising results in animals. When transplanted into pigs and rats, the kidneys worked, passing urine just like natural ones.

DNA programmed to detect and bind to cancerous mutations - Advances screening and therapeutics

AQ Medicare: DNA programmed to detect and bind to cancerous mutations - Advances screening and therapeutics

Life-Saving Air Drones - This Air Drone Helps Identify Victims in an Avalanche (GALLERY)

Life-Saving Air Drones - This Air Drone Helps Identify Victims in an Avalanche…

Bionic Suit Helps A Paralyzed Man Take Thousands Of Steps | Popular Science

A man who had had been completely paralyzed for four years was able to voluntarily control his leg muscles and take thousands of steps in a "robotic exoskeleton" device during five days of training—and for two .