Part of a package meant to improve productivity and overall health and well-being, this new tool combines training exercises, games, and more.
Scott Summit, founder and chief technology officer of Bespoke Innovations, speaks about custom-designed prosthetics at a TEDx event.
Weighing only two pounds, the K-glove has actuators embedded into the upper portion of the help humans avoid strain injury and fatigue.
The minimally invasive procedure known as gastric plication involves folding the stomach so that its total volume is reduced significantly.
The new free Web tool aims to modernize the traditional mode of marketing medical devices and pharmaceuticals to health care providers.
Symcat combines aggregated data from patient records with demographics and user symptoms to inform diagnoses over the Internet.
The first of what Elsevier promises will be a line of educational software titles for various mobile devices, NeuroApps: MRI Atlas of Human White Matter makes learning anatomy of the brain fun.
Spliceman, a new online tool developed by a team of researchers at Brown University, can help spot problem areas when splicing DNA.
Mixing stem cells of an organ recipient with those of a donor could help to keep the body's immune system from rejecting transplants.
They seem simple enough, but asthma inhalers are used correctly only about 20 percent of the time. Cambridge Consultants is hoping to change that with a special smart device.
A Q&A with Matt Meservey, the senior product manager for Central Logic, a Web-based bed management system bundled with HP goods.
A sensor designed by researchers at Stanford University to detect bubble boy disease can be used to help identifying many other conditions.
Verinata Health's non-invasive verifi test uses maternal plasma to detect fetal chromosomal abnormalities very early in a pregnancy.
New research done at Max Planck Gesellschaft has found that it isn't the concentration of chemicals released by the egg that control the speed of sperm, but a derivative of that.
A team of research from the Seoul National University College of Medicine have built a device using two Wii games to help diagnose ocular torticollis, an eye pathology condition.
Built by a team of engineers at Vanderbilt University, this smartphone app turns visual objects into tactile ones using a built-in vibrator.
Jay Pierce, CEO of OrthoSensor, on taking a bit of the guesswork out of a field that has historically been somewhat of a feel-based art.
Speaking at FutureMed, Andreas Sundquist, CEO and co-founder of DNAnexus, laid out a future in which genomics "really takes off."
Created with galvanized wire, stainless steel, and acrylic, this Montreal-based architect's work explores boundaries of volume and surface.
Seven years after it was founded with grants from the Department of Defense, Ekso is letting paraplegics stand up and walk all over again.