NASA Develops Star Trek-Inspired Gadgets That Can Heal Injured Astronauts and Eliminate Animal Testing
Star Trek-inspired handheld gadgets, called BioReplicates and Scionic, are being developed by NASA.
The future of stitches: 3D printed skin fusion concept could heal skins by 2030
Andrew Guscott is a London-based design engineer with a Bachelor's from Brunel University, London. He recently shared his design for a revolutionary-looking skin fusion device that would make the lives of doctors and patients the world over far easier.
3D-printed 'electronic glove' could keep heart beating for ever
Scientists have created a revolutionary new electronic membrane that could replace pacemakers, fitting over a heart to keep it beating regularly over an indefinite period of time.
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DNA nanorobot triggers targeted therapeutic responses
A new robotic device made from DNA could potentially seek out specific cell targets and deliver important molecular instructions, such as telling cancer cells to self-destruct. Inspired by the mechanics of the body's own immune system, the technology represents a major breakthrough in the field of nanobiotechnology and might one day be used to program immune responses to treat various diseases.
This sponge-filled syringe can plug a gunshot wound in just 15 seconds
First responders have to work quickly when treating gun shot wounds. To help them, a U.S. company has developed a syringe that pumps expandable tablet-sized sponges into the wound, blocking it while the patient is being transported to ER.
Beam Is A Stylish and Modern Wearable Health Monitoring Device
Health monitoring device is really important for users that need to constantly monitor their vital signs. Beam is a stylish wearable medical monitoring device
DibKit Diabetes Management System To Make The Lives of People with Diabetes Easier
DibKit diabetes management system has been designed due to skyrocketing health care costs for people with diabetes. This device was designed by people with
3D Printed Knee Replacement Manufacturer ConforMIS (CFMS) Raises $135M As The Company Goes Public - 3DPrint.com | The Voice of 3D Printing / Additive Manufacturing
Medical technology company ConforMIS, Inc. (NASDAQ: CFMS) has developed a knee replacement system that promises to drastically reduce both the length of the average knee replacement surgery as well as...
Weavers Turn Silk Into Diabetes Test Strips
In India, where silk is plentiful, the luxe fabric turns out to be more efficient — and cheaper — than paper or plastic for testing a diabetic's glucose levels.