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Content tagged with Medical
posted in August 2011
Optimizing Brushless DC Motors for High-Speed Applications
News 
8/30/2011  3 comments
How to optimize the performance and minimize size of brushless DC motors used in the design of high-speed medical and surgical devices.
Hackers Probe Medical Implants
Blog 
8/25/2011  7 comments
Attendees of Black Hat Technical Security Forum seem to be leaving computers behind and probing arcane security concerns. But the hacking of a microcontroller-powered medical implant may not be as crazy as it sounds.
Bringing FPGAs to Mechanical Engineers
Electronics News 
8/18/2011  1 comment
Xilinx Inc. and National Instruments are trying to make it easier for mechanical engineers and other "domain experts" to employ field programmable gate arrays (FPGAs).
MIT Talking Medical Device Collaboration at ESC
News 
8/18/2011  2 comments
The Massachusetts Institute of Technology has created its Medical Electronic Device Realization Center.
Road to ESC Boston: Samsung Galaxy Tablet Teardown
Wolfe's Den 
8/16/2011  2 comments
Here's a Samsung Galaxy Tablet teardown video, as a teaser for ESC Boston, which is coming to the Hynes Convention Center, September 26 through 29.
Artificial Lung May Save Lives During Surgeries
DNTV 
8/12/2011  1 comment
Dr. Jeffrey Borenstein, principal investigator for tissue engineering at the Draper Labs, discusses a prototype.
Video: MEMS-Enabled Artificial Lung
News 
8/11/2011  3 comments
Researchers at Draper Lab are working with Boston's leading hospitals to create an artificial lung with an intricate vascular structure produced with MEMS technology.
What Makes a Great Engineering Manager?
Wolfe's Den 
8/5/2011  12 comments
How do you define great technical leaders?
Artificial Lung Is Microfluidics Marvel
Engineering Materials 
8/4/2011  12 comments
A team of Cleveland engineers has developed a prototype artificial lung made from silicone rubber that uses air instead of compressed oxygen in a marvel of microfluidics made possible by additive manufacturing.




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