Tuesday, September 29, 2020

$1 Hearing Aid for Age-Related Hearing Loss

Researchers at Georgia Tech have developed an ultra low-cost hearing aid, for which all the components cost in total less than $1. Designed...

Wireless Brain Implant to Give Sight to Blind

Scientists in Australia are gearing up for clinical trials of a brain implant that may restore limited sight in blind people. Developed at...

X-Rays and Electron Beams Print 3D Soft Objects at High Resolution

Researchers at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), which is part of the U.S. Department of Commerce, have developed a new...

Philips Azurion Lung Edition for High Precision Bronchoscopy Procedures

Philips has just unveiled its Azurion Lung Edition system that combines a number of technologies that improve how minimally invasive procedures in the...

Orbit Subretinal Delivery System for Gene Therapy: Interview with Mike Keane, CTO of Gyroscope...

Gyroscope Therapeutics, a retinal gene therapy company, has developed the Orbit subretinal delivery system (SDS). The technology is designed to deliver therapies to...

?Oppo Watch with ECG gets teased – could be released 24 September

It seems there could be an Oppo Watch with ECG landing after all, with the company teasing a brand new edition of its...

CRISPR-Based Assay for Rapid and Inexpensive Malaria Testing

Researchers at the Harvard Wyss Institute have developed a rapid, inexpensive, and very sensitive malaria test that harnesses the power of CRISPR. The...

Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 goes high-end with new titanium finish

The Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 went on sale last month, and now the Korean company has revealed that a luxury, costly, titanium version...

EchoNous KOSMOS 3-in-1 Ultrasound, Electronic Stethoscope, and ECG Helps with COVID-19

EchoNous, a developer of novel ultrasounds, has found a way to leverage multiple critical clinical technologies within a single device. The result is...

Intestinal Organoids Mimic Human Gut

Researchers at Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL) in Switzerland have developed a mini intestine on a chip that closely mimics the morphology...