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  Working Out in Artificial Gravity  
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  Seeing the World Through Assistive Glasses  
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  'Cool Effort' for Soldiers with Heat Injuries  
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  Genetic Testing in Kids Is Fraught with Complications  
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  How To Grow Back The Back: Engineered Cartilage Surfaces  

The Pulse: Mini-Robotic Biopsies and Disease Fighting Drones

On this episode of the Pulse, we're taking colon biopsies with miniature star-shaped robots, watching an origami biosensor-bot fold itself, catching disease-causing mosquitoes with a drone, and regenerating skin wounds with an injectable hydrogel.


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Are Clinical Trials Just the Beginning for Google’s Wristband?

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Last week, while I was enjoying the Florida heat on vacation and completely unaware of any such medtech happenings, it was announced via Bloomberg that Google was working on the development of a wristband that tracked biometric information. Oh goodie...


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Meet the Monotype® Spark™ solution, a new software platform that gives small displays high-quality scalable type and world language support without significant additions in memory, cost or complexity.


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Industrial Laser Marking Systems

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LNA has been appointed as a Fanuc Robotics Authorized Integrator to provide customers with automated, high speed Laser Marking solutions. Fanuc is a world leader in robotic automation. Combined with LNA’s...


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How To Grow Back The Back: Engineered Cartilage Surfaces

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You’re going to shrink today. You did yesterday, and you will again tomorrow. By bedtime every night, you’re likely to be about an inch shorter than when you got up. But assuming you sleep lying down, each evening’s rest restores you to full height...


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Genetic Testing in Kids Is Fraught with Complications

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A woman coping with the burden of familial breast cancer can't help but wonder if her young daughter will suffer the same fate. Has she inherited the same disease-causing mutation? Is it best to be prepared for the future, or to wait? During the last...


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'Cool Effort' for Soldiers with Heat Injuries

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In hopes of bringing medical treatment to Soldiers on remote battlefields in warm climates, the folks at Natick Soldier Research, Development and Engineering Center, or NSRDEC, recently put forth a "cool effort." The Heat Ailment recovery pack...


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Seeing the World Through Assistive Glasses

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A new research project at the Cluster of Excellence Cognitive Interactive Technology (CITEC) in Bielefeld University focuses on the development of a mobile adaptive assistance system in the form of intelligent glasses that provide unobtrusive...


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Working Out in Artificial Gravity

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Astronauts on the International Space Station (ISS) have a number of exercise options, including a mechanical bicycle bolted to the floor, a weightlifting machine strapped to the wall, and a strap-down treadmill. They spend a significant portion...


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