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posted in March 2013
MPPE Insulation & the Incredible, Shrinking Medical Device
Guest Blogs 
3/27/2013  14 comments
As the demand for portable medical devices increases both in the home and in emerging markets abroad, design engineers find their solution for weight and space savings through innovative, recyclable MPPE insulation for wire and cable.
Robot Helps People Walk Again
Blog 
3/26/2013  32 comments
The Ekso wearable robot applies torque to the hip, knee, and ankle joints to help people move, powered by a computer worn by the patient in a backpack.
Robotic Rat Used to Advance Depression Research
Blog 
3/26/2013  11 comments
Scientists at Waseda University in Japan have created a robotic rat as part of their research into depression.
Results: Your Opinions on a Design Ideas Forum
Engineering Materials 
3/25/2013  22 comments
Here's a summary of your ideas for starting a Design Ideas forum that poses design problems and asks for input from the community to help solve them in innovative ways. We also ask for a bit more feedback to help fine-tune things.
German Student Creates Device That Harvests Energy From Air
Blog 
3/20/2013  84 comments
A German university student has designed an energy harvester that derives energy from electromagnetic fields in the air to recharge small batteries and appliances.
Renesas Launches Low-Power Microcontroller Line
Product News 
3/18/2013  4 comments
Renesas has introduced the first products in its RX210 series of microcontrollers designed to couple low power with high performance.
Video: Open-Source Oximeter Prototype Is Bluetooth Connected
Blog 
3/15/2013  8 comments
The SmartPulse prototype from SmartMaker is a Bluetooth-connected blood-oxygen sensor set to open-source the medical niche.
Slideshow: Plastics Are Fighting Disease
Engineering Materials 
3/7/2013  10 comments
Many of the new plastics on display at the recent MD&M West show in Anaheim, Calif. were developed specifically to help fight disease. They are also getting smaller and lighter.
What's Your Opinion on a Design Ideas Forum?
Engineering Materials 
3/6/2013  40 comments
What do you think about starting a forum on Design News that focuses on innovative, problem-solving design ideas where individual engineers and companies can trade comments and suggestions for solving design problems?
Slideshow: MIT Engineering Students Design Wish-List Devices for Physicians
Blog 
3/5/2013  15 comments
Many physicians at one time or another have probably thought their jobs might be a lot easier if they had custom-made devices to help them perform procedures. For the past nine years, a class at MIT has been making some of these wishes reality.




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