Speaking at last year's TEDMED, Robert Hariri, CEO of Cellular Therapeutics, argued the cells could offer therapy options for many diseases.
The CEO of hc1.com believes he has a product that addresses a critical need for health care professionals in every major medical discipline.
MC10 is working to take electronics out of the proverbial box and speed development so that we can improve wearable medical devices.
A team of researchers at Brown University grew a three-dimensional glioma tumor, including the supporting blood vessels, to experiment on it using nanomedicine ways to destroy growths.
In his talk at TEDMED, Chris Toumazou on how he realized that because biology is analog, our current approach to medtech can be improved.
During innovation day at CHB, doctors showed off a biometric regulated video game that could be used to treat serious emotional disorders.
BrailleTouch, a new application created by Mario Romero, a postdoctoral fellow at Georgia Tech, allows the visually impaired to type on a phone's touchscreen without seeing it at all.
In a short talk from TEDxMasstricht, Singularity University faculty member Lucien Engelen talks about how he uses Withings' blood pressure monitor and scale to publicly share his stats.
Progressive lenses, or those which allow the wearer to shift from distance to near vision, entered the eyewear market decades, ago but their design is finally starting to improve.
The game improves cognitive functioning in older players because it requires multitasking and extensive use of brain-based skills.
Engineering student Max Shepherd has built a Lego prosthesis that accurately mimics the full range of motion of a normal human arm.
At the Next Nature Power Show in Amsterdam last year, Tuur van Balen demonstrated in a matter of minutes how you can bioengineer yogurt bacteria to manufacture Prozac.
At the latest meeting of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgery, DePuy announced some exciting developments that resist wear.
London's Cellnovo has received approval for a system that includes a wirelessly connected insulin pump, activity monitor, and glucometer.
At FutureMed, IBM's doctors explained how Watson could improve quality of care, reduce errors, and help doctors better utilize skills.
At FutureMed, Richard Satava argued for an electronic medical record that includes full body scans packed with data for every patient.
The Emergency Medical Center Locator has you select a type of emergency and quickly suggests the best medical providers nearby.
Developed with the University of Georgia Regenerative Bioscience Center, the putty could help save the limbs of service members.
Crisalix, maker of the e-Stetix 3-D simulation system for breast augmentations, has released a free update for removing the faulty implants.
Started in 2006, with a challenge by Leon G. Smith, the AIDS treatment pioneer, QuantiaMD now reaches more than 150,000 physicians.