The rumors were true — blood oxygen (SpO2) tracking will be enabled on the Apple Watch Series 6. The sensor uses infrared lights to measure your blood oxygen in seconds, and can take measurements while you sleep.
Sani nudge’s system provides valuable data on employee hand hygiene habits and patient contact, which could lead to significant reduction in absentee rates of healthcare staff and an increase in the overall compliance of a medical center.
A mixture of alcohol can be used in the process to manufacture sensors and electronics devices more cost-effectively.
Hard to believe, but the cartoon Kim Possible inspired RiverTechJess to become a mechanical engineer.
Wearable devices can be used by athletes to monitor performance or patients that need help tracking chronic ailments.
When human workers have to social distance, what are robotics bringing to the table?
Elon Musk’s Neuralink company will demonstrate a brain-machine interface (BMI) device to supplement human brainpower and enable better communication with artificial intelligence (AI) systems.
Technology from Iowa State commercialized to help detect histamine and other pathogens in fish and meat to ensure its safety for consumption.
Opportunities abound for wearable medical devices that enable real-time patient monitoring as well as management of chronic health conditions.