Thursday, October 1, 2020

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...

ReStore Exosuit Shows Positive Trial Results for Stroke Rehab

Soft exosuits that provide assistive force during movement could be a game changer for patients with mobility issues. Such devices can help enhance...

LightForce Orthodontics, Maker of 3D Printed Braces, Raises $14M Series B

The orthodontics market is expected to realize significant growth in the coming years with projected growth to $9.72 billion by 2026 ($4.06 billion...

Wireless EEG for Fast Prep and Easy Use: Q&A with Aswin Gunasekar, CEO of...

Electroencephalography (EEG) devices are incredibly helpful in diagnosing and monitoring certain brain disorders, such as epilepsy and strokes. However, they are not particularly...

Withings ScanWatch review: a peerless hybrid health watch

Health watches have hit the big time, but the Withings ScanWatch puts advanced monitoring in a very different package. A hybrid smartwatch...

Graphene Facemask to Deactivate Coronaviruses and Bacteria

Researchers at the City University of Hong Kong have developed a face mask containing laser-induced graphene that can kill bacteria and has demonstrated...

Best Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 bands: Straps for 45mm and 41mm models

Like Samsung's other smartwatches, the new Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 lets you switch things up in the bands department. If you prefer...

Artificial Iris Inside Smart Contacts Corrects Vision Disorders

The pupil of the eye allows light to reach the retina, and a number of vision disorders are related to irregularities in the...

Oxygen-Releasing Bioink to Enhance Cell Survival in 3D Printed Structures

Researchers at the Terasaki Institute for Biomedical Innovation in Los Angeles, California have developed an oxygen-releasing bioink that may be useful in 3D...

Electrocorticography Implant for Plug and Play Brain-Computer Control

Researchers at UC San Francisco have used an electrocorticography (ECoG) implant to develop a brain-computer interface that does not need to be recalibrated...