Sound Waves Move Individual Droplets Inside Microfluidic Devices

Microfluidic devices are analogous to circuit boards, and they can be programmed to perform all.

Printed Soft Objects for Shape-Shifting Biomedical Implants

Researchers at Rice University have developed a method to 3D print soft structures that can.

Ocutrx 8K 3D Eye Surgery Imaging System Unveiled

Ocutrx, an augmented reality (AR) start-up based in Irvine, California, is releasing an ophthalmology visualization.

3D Printed Liquid Crystal Elastomers for Mimicking Complex Biological Tissues

Researchers at the University of Colorado Denver have developed a method to 3D print liquid.

Blood Volume Analysis Using The BVA-100: Interview with Michael Feldschuh, Daxor CEO

Daxor Corporation, a company based in New York, has developed the BVA-100, a blood volume.

Smart Textile Fibers to Measure Wearer’s Health

  At the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Lausanne (EPFL) researchers have developed special textile.

Microfluidic Device Mimics Blood Vessels to Test Clotting

Researchers at Texas A&M University have developed a microfluidic device that mimics the complex architecture.

How Texas Medical Center Accelerates Medtech: Interview with Tom Luby, Director of TMC Innovation

Walk around the city-like campus of Texas Medical Center (TMC), and you might find it.

Boston Sci’s DIRECTSENSE Ablation Monitoring Tech Coming to U.S.

Boston Scientific is releasing in the United States its DIRECTSENSE Technology for live monitoring of.

Smartphone Measures Hemoglobin Levels in Photos of Eyelids

Anaemia is properly diagnosed using a blood test that measures haemoglobin, but simply looking behind.