Current treatments for facial injuries often lead to disfigurement or speech impediments, but Biomask could change regenerative medicine.
Currently in the prototype stage, the Computer Assisted Medical Diagnosis and Surgery System will make future travelers self-sufficient.
Professor Bruce MacDonald of the University of Auckland in New Zealand leads a team working to create a corps of medical robots that will be able to help monitor and assist elders in need.
Developed by scientists at NASA to treat their astronauts while on a space mission, this tiny device can release medicine on its own.
Developed by kids at Northeastern University, this sensor-laden compression shirt contains EMG sensors linked to an Internet portal.
Researchers at the University of Alabama at Birmingham have found that nanodiamond coating limits wear and tear on the body's joints.
Drs. Billy Cohn and Bud Frazier at the Texas Heart Institute were faced with a patient last March whose heart was about to give out.
Bill Doyle of Novocure, a company that has developed non-invasive technology to control cell division in glioblastoma tumors, speaks.
Boston Scientific has announced the European market launch of the PROMUS Element Plus stent, which incorporates platinum chromium allow and features a catheter delivery system.
After entering through the patient's mouth, this little robot uses a pincer to grab the tissue to be removed and then cauterizes to stop bleeding.
A team of scientists at the University of North Carolina have found a novel way to cut sperm counts to levels that would make men infertile.
About one-third of those who have a stroke suffer a second in the hospital, and before now there wasn't a good way to monitor brain health.
Ariel Garten, the CEO of InteraXon, a company working to make EEG a useful consumer tech for computer interaction, speaks at TEDx.
Spearheaded by researchers at the Technical University of Munich who have been improving the interactivity of the system over the last year, Mirracle uses augmented reality to look inside.
The Cambridge Temperature Concepts product is made up of a wearable sensor and reader unit for measuring your ovulation patterns.
Researchers at Brown University are reporting in Nano Letters that they have developed a glucose sensor based on surface plasmonics.
There are no immediate applications, but Foldit players successfully created an 18-fold, more active version of an important model enzyme.
The German Cancer Research Center built this augmented reality app, called MITK pille, to be used while surgery is being performed.
Just tell this app what it is that you're looking for and it will direct you, using a GPS system, to the closest pharmacy with the best deal around.
After isolated reports that sequencing was used to diagnose individual patients, we're now seeing news of it being used on a larger scale.