Researchers have developed an ‘electronic skin’ that can process information faster than the human nervous system
Inspired by Star Wars, a team of researchers from the National University of Singapore has developed an ‘electronic skin’ that gives amputees with prosthetics the ability to ‘touch’. The artificial skin uses more than 100 small sensors and is about 1
Siren develops smart socks that can prevent diabetics from having their legs amputated, raises $11.8 million in funding.
Siren, a medical device company that has developed breakthrough technology to embed microsensors within fabric, raises $11.8 million in funding led by Anathema Ventures. Siren’s Socks and Foot Monitoring System wearable technology continuously track foot temperature, sending information to your doctor
A team of researchers from the University Hospital of Zurich, Switzerland, have created a machine that can extend the length of time a human liver can be kept alive outside body from just a few hours to an entire week,
Scientists can now create artificial brain cells which can change the way we build medical devices. Brain cells act in a certain way that are often unpredictable, however, neurons behave in a similar way to electrical circuits, only requiring a
The brain is packed with trillions of information and data and by harnessing this with technology we can see some incredible technological advances, like giving a paralyzed individual the ability to write using its mind. Electrodes implanted in a part of
Researchers from the Binghamton University, State University of New York, have developed new electronics with the aim of long term monitoring of wounds on patients. Next generation wound care technology capable of physiological surveillance which can diagnose wound parameters, treat