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Content tagged with Medical
posted in January 2013
Hybrid Snake Robotic Probe Reduces Need for Invasive Surgery
Blog 
1/31/2013  8 comments
The Robotically Steerable Thermal Ablation Probe reduces the need for invasive surgery while also saving time and money.
Healthcare You Can Wear
Blog 
1/30/2013  29 comments
Vancive Medical Technologies helps partners personalize prevention and wellness with wearable sensors to help doctors, caregivers, and lifestyle managers monitor their health and fitness.
Anagear's Low-Power Circuits Harvest & Save Energy
Blog 
1/22/2013  15 comments
A Dutch company aims to change the way low-power electronics are designed by creating a separate component for power management to reduce the need for battery power in wireless sensor networks and other applications.
Implantable Cartilage Created With Hybrid 3D Printer
CAD/CAM Corner 
1/21/2013  19 comments
Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine used a hybrid 3D printer to fabricate implantable cartilage on the heels of printing a working kidney.
Are Telepresence Robots Becoming the Norm for Companies With Work-at-Home Employees?
Blog 
1/17/2013  30 comments
Use of telepresence robots going to work for employees is expected to expand in 2013. Suitable Technologies RPD, VGo telepresence robot, and Nasa's Robonaut 2 show that remote presence is a possibility already proven.
Study: Service Robots Growing Faster Than Industrial Robots
Blog 
1/11/2013  14 comments
The demand for service robots is outpacing the growth of industrial robots and will surpass industrial machines by 2021, says a new study from Freedonia.
Objet's Largest 3D Printer Doesn't Lose Precision
CAD/CAM Corner 
1/2/2013  15 comments
The Objet1000 can print down to 16 microns, making it the most precise machine currently on the market.




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