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posted in September 2008
John Van Danacker: Making Hearts Talk
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Veteran engineer John Van Danacker helped Medtronic create technology that lets implanted defibrillators communicate over the Internet
Engineering the Bionic Person
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Todd Kuiken is rewiring human nerves, changing prostheses and the lives of those who wear them
RealHand Surgical Tool: A Medical Revolution
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The RealHand HD revolutionizes abdominal surgeries
Medical, Military Robotics - No Longer Science Fiction
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Automation plays key role in futuristic applications
Medical Equipment Will Use Bioplastic
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Mirel to be used for injection-molded tray in pipette system
Internet-Enabled Hearts Run on Wireless
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Wireless telemetry puts a new spin on cardiac care




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