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Content tagged with Medical
posted in June 2012
Video: Swimming Robot Mimics Humans
Blog 
6/27/2012  24 comments
A swimming robot that faithfully mimics human motions better than previous attempts could help produce more streamlined swimsuits, improve the performance of competitive swimmers, or serve as an aid in physical therapy.
Rib Spreading Tool Gets Robotic Update
Features 
6/26/2012  7 comments
One advanced technology company is taking on the challenge of developing handheld, automated surgical instruments to help patients hurt less and heal faster.
3D Systems' Custom Prosthetics Ooze Personality
CAD/CAM Corner 
6/25/2012  9 comments
Via its latest acquisition of Bespoke Innovations, 3D Systems is getting into the medical device business, leveraging its 3D print technology to create personalized prosthetics.
DARPA Taps Nanotech to Treat Brain Injuries
News 
6/18/2012  4 comments
The Department of Defense is exploring the use of nanotechnology to treat afflictions ranging from infectious diseases to traumatic brain injury more quickly.
Plastics, Adhesives & Coatings Miniaturize Products
Engineering Materials 
6/15/2012  12 comments
A wide array of materials aid engineers in the miniaturization of medical and consumer electronics and solar power equipment.
Hardware & Software Suppliers Simplify Multicore Programming
Electronic News & Comment 
6/12/2012  7 comments
Hardware and software companies are responding to the growth of multicore processing with a new generation of programming tools.
All-Plastic Electronics Power Flexible Color Display
Engineering Materials 
6/7/2012  32 comments
A flexible color display developed for an e-reader being tested in Russian schools is daylight readable, and has applications that go beyond conventional e-readers.
Video: Bionic Arm Aids Amputee Soldiers
News 
6/5/2012  11 comments
A prosthetic company is helping the US military develop a lightweight, motor-driven artificial arm.




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