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Using thin-film electronic patches or the so-called electronic "tattoos" for biomonitoring is paving the way for the future of healthcare in terms of better signal quality, higher patient comfort and wearability.
Penn State researchers have developed a novel nanoengineered granular hydrogel bioink that makes use of self-assembling nanoparticles and hydrogel microparticles, or microgels, to achieve previously unattained levels of porosity, shape fidelity and cell integration.
A team of researchers from Texas A&M University has developed a toe-tapping test for patients with Parkinson’s disease that gathers information from smart shoe insoles and transfers data to a simple phone application.
Design from the Swager Lab uses electronic polymers, rather than colored lines, to indicate a positive response, enabling quantitative monitoring of biomarkers.
The wide range of 3D filaments that exist means that the possible applications are endless. We take a detailed look at interesting applications that are used in a variety of industries, covering medical uses, robotics, 3D printing with metal, and fashion.
Female Tech Heroes role models 14 - Sofie Baselmans: 'I want to be accepted because of my competence' not because I am a woman'
As a physicist and ‘real techie’, Sofie Baselmans dedicated her career to creating healthcare technology. Always searching for the ‘perfect’ workplace, she worked in a hospital and in several corporate environments.
The device senses and wirelessly transmits signals related to pulse, sweat, and ultraviolet exposure, without bulky chips or batteries.
In this episode, we talk about how researchers are developing a sticker that can conduct ultrasound tests along with a machine learning powered robotic solution for choosing chemical proteins when developing new drugs and biofuels or recycling plastics.
WeMed partnered with Nexa3D to help produce SKOP™ — the world’s first 3D printed stethoscope.
New stamp-sized ultrasound adhesives produce clear images of heart, lungs, and other internal organs.
In this episode, we talk about how researchers are developing tools to better understand how different microbial communities impact our health in an effort to reverse engineer them and the critical methodology used to 3D print functional heart ventricles.
Startups are pioneering a new era of drug discovery that’s cheaper, faster, and more accurate.
Having initially developed the blood sampling product, Ascilion found the guidance from the Protolabs Team invaluable. Advice on the choice of materials and iterations to the design meant the prototype was optimised for injection moulding. Saving time and costs.
Production of a device developed in collaboration with Protolabs to facilitate faster recovery from sporting head injuries has kicked up a gear following its entry into the English Premier League.