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posted in September 2013
Microchip SoC Simplifies Design of Portable Products
Product News 
9/30/2013  7 comments
Microchip's new system-on-chip family could speed development of blood pressure monitors, lab instruments, power meters, and myriad other products by combining a 16-bit microcontroller with high-precision analog components.
TI Converter Simplifies Position & Motion Sensing
News 
9/27/2013  12 comments
Using a new twist on an old technology, engineers at Texas Instruments have created a better method for position sensing in applications ranging from automotive and industrial to medical and consumer electronics.
Artificial Retina Is Solar Powered
Blog 
9/26/2013  32 comments
A New Jersey company has been granted a patent to design the first solar-powered artificial retina, an invention that would preclude the current need for external hardware and give a patient the possibility of near-normal vision.
Super-Slippery Coating Inspired by Carnivorous Plant
Engineering Materials 
9/25/2013  21 comments
A durable, completely transparent, super-slippery coating can turn regular glass into a material that doesn't stain, resists scratches, and repairs itself. It was inspired by the carnivorous pitcher plant, coated with an ultra-slippery surface that slides insect victims into its depths.
Update: The Best Things to Come Out of a 3D Printer
Blog 
9/20/2013  46 comments
It seems like everything these days is being 3D printed. We have seen many different items -- bathing suits, shoes, and even cars -- 3D printed and it is truly transforming how we are making things.
Slideshow: 3D Printing in the Medical Cloud
Engineering Materials 
9/19/2013  24 comments
Medical professionals can use 3D Systems' secure cloud-based Bespoke Modeling service to create, edit, share, and print sophisticated, full-color, 3D anatomical models from CT scans, MRI scans, or other digital imaging and communications data.
Slideshow: MD&M Chicago Highlights New Technologies
Blog 
9/16/2013  10 comments
Last week's Medical Design & Manufacturing Chicago show attracted more than 500 exhibitors and thousands of attendees with technologies ranging from automation and robotics to electronic test systems and 3D printers.
Medical Device Manufacturers, Be Prepared to Innovate
News 
9/12/2013  12 comments
The trend toward “bio-connectivity” is gaining momentum, and medical device manufacturers need to be ready to bring that connectivity to next-generation products, a futurist at the Medical Design & Manufacturing Show said this week.
Mechatronics Improves Design & Operation of Medical Devices
Features 
9/12/2013  2 comments
Steady advancements in mechatronics have expanded its use, and a major focus is in medical devices.
Design Breakthroughs Bring Next-Gen Robots Into Lab Automation
Features 
9/11/2013  10 comments
New robotic options reduce size, weight, and cost through parallel kinematics.
X-Ray Machine Visits Patients' Rooms
Product News 
9/11/2013  15 comments
This portable X-ray machine is equipped with FCR and WiFi.




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