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Content tagged with Medical
posted in May 2014
Eye-Testing Device May Be Key to Early Alzheimer's Detection
Blog 
5/29/2014  22 comments
A Massachusetts-based startup called Cognoptix has created a machine that uses a novel way -- through abnormalities in the eye -- to detect Alzheimer's disease earlier in its progression and more accurately.
Inventor Powers Implantable Medical Devices Wirelessly
Blog 
5/27/2014  21 comments
With medical devices that can be implanted inside the body becoming smaller and more sophisticated, researchers are trying to solve the problem of how to provide power to them without the weight or bulk of a typical battery. A researcher at Stanford University has come up with a novel way to send power to these devices wirelessly by using a new way to transmit electromagnetic waves.
Video: Teen-Run Company Turns Smartphone Into Stethoscope
STEM Connection 
5/22/2014  15 comments
Suman Mulumudi, 15, has created a way to turn a smartphone into a stethoscope. He's capitalizing on his invention through his Seattle-based startup, StratoScientific.
This Watch Lets You Feel the Time
Blog 
5/21/2014  9 comments
If you or someone you know is vision impaired, you know how difficult it can be to do something as simple as check the time. Eone Timepieces recently developed a universal timepiece to address this issue, which will likely change the way watches are designed for the blind.
Engineering Polymers Play Key Role in Drug-Delivery Devices
Features 
5/21/2014  1 comment
As designs of drug-delivery devices become increasingly complex, engineers have an even wider choice of plastics to choose from. This overview helps navigate what can be a bewildering selection of materials by outlining some key properties, capabilities, advantages, and limitations.
Top 10 Influential Female Engineers
Blog 
5/20/2014  50 comments
Engineering is often criticized for being a male-dominated field, but that is definitely changing. There are many enormously successful female engineers that currently have leadership roles in business and research, making decisions that have a broad impact on global markets and people’s lives. Here are 10 of them.
3D Printing Needs to Open Up
Engineering Materials 
5/19/2014  13 comments
The prototyping-based models 3D printing has used for 30 years must change if the industry is to continue growing and shift to production parts, says a new Lux Research study.
Home Health Devices Will Double by 2018
Blog 
5/15/2014  8 comments
An aging population, the proliferation of connected devices, and the growing need to contain healthcare costs will produce a spike in the global market for home health technologies in the coming years.
Slideshow: Proto Labs Buys 3D Printing Service Bureau
Engineering Materials 
5/13/2014  18 comments
Not long after 3D printing leader Stratasys bought two service bureaus, rapid prototyping service bureau extraordinaire Proto Labs has embraced the technology by buying a service bureau focused solely on additive manufacturing. Before this acquisition, Proto Labs has concentrated on CNC machining and injection molding.
Wearable Tech Meets the IoT Meets the Cloud
Blog 
5/12/2014  4 comments
A number of tech trends, including the IoT, cloud computing, and wearable technology, are converging as they expand.
Video: Product-Design Grads Target Medical Woes
Blog 
5/9/2014  3 comments
Inventions for people suffering from asthma, seasonal affective disorder, and arthritis are among those developed by the 2014 graduates of Drexel University’s first Product Design Program. The program requires its senior class to create products that can solve real-life problems.
Blood Recycling Machine Uses 3D Printer
Blog 
5/2/2014  20 comments
Brightwake has collaborated with Stratasys to use the company’s Dimension 1200es 3D printer to create a machine called the Hemosep, which can collect blood spilled during surgery, concentrate the blood cells, and then transfuse them back into the patient.
Microcontroller Simplifies Embedded Development
Electronic News & Comment 
5/2/2014  2 comments
A new microcontroller from Freescale Semiconductor aims to simplify embedded software development for both experienced engineers and novices alike.




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