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  NEWS  
  Microfluidics and Nanofluidics Research Address Global Challenges  
  NEWS  
  Unbreak My Heart  
  NEWS  
  New Knee Implant Saves the Ligaments  
  BLOG  
  How to Sort Out Innovation, Value, and Value Chains for Medical Devices  
  NEWS  
  Detecting Concussion-Related Brain Disease in Its Earliest Stages  
  NEWS  
  Research Brings Us Nearer to Understanding How Neuro Cells Turn Cancerous  

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The Pulse: Reading Minds with Google Glass and Walking with Toyota

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This week on the Pulse, we’re using an open source app to read minds with Google Glass, using Toyota robots to help disabled people walk again, performing an endoscopy with a smartphone, and zinging around on a lightweight mobility chair...


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Ultra Small Metal Parts

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Tech-Etch combines photochemical etching with precision metal bending to create extremely small formed features in thin metal parts. Tool and die makers utilize state-of-the-art techniques to manufacture tools capable of forming features down to .003".


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Georgia Man Pleads Guilty to Faking Allergy Tests

The owner of a laboratory near Atlanta has pleaded guilty to faking the results of patients' blood tests for food and environmental allergies. U.S. Attorney's Office spokesman Bob Page said 39-year-old Rashaan Jackson Garth pleaded guilty...


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Inductive Rotary Encoders with Functional Safety

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Heidenhain is expanding its third generation of absolute inductive rotary encoders with the ExI 11xx series, providing a single encoder safety solution for many industries such as packaging, automation and robotics...


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TIA Submits Digital Healthcare Comments to House Energy and Commerce Committee

The Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA), the leading association representing the manufacturers and suppliers of high-tech communications networks, submitted input  to the House Energy and Commerce Committee in response to its...


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Microfluidics and Nanofluidics Research Address Global Challenges

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Rohit Karnik, an associate professor of mechanical engineering at MIT, addresses real-world challenges with his microfluidics and nanofluidics research. The studies that Karnik and his team have conducted on fluid flow at the molecular level...


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Unbreak My Heart

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Researchers of the Max Planck Institute of Molecular Cell Biology and Genetics in Dresden report how they managed to capture detailed three-dimensional images of cardiac dynamics in zebrafish. The novel approach: They combine high-speed...


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New Knee Implant Saves the Ligaments

During a traditional total knee replacement, the surgeon must remove the “island” of bone to which the anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) and the posterior cruciate ligament (PCL) are attached. The new knee features a shape that protects that...


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How to Sort Out Innovation, Value, and Value Chains for Medical Devices

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A vital question to ponder before diving head first into medical device innovation is: For whom should we be creating value? Is it best to focus on value creation for patients? For doctors? For hospital purchasing departments? In the world of...


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Detecting Concussion-Related Brain Disease in Its Earliest Stages

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Autopsies have shown that some high-profile athletes who suffered repeated blows to the head during their careers have unusual protein clumps in their brains. Those clumps suggest the athletes had a disease called chronic traumatic...  


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Research Brings Us Nearer to Understanding How Neuro Cells Turn Cancerous

Scientists from the Sloan-Kettering Institute for Cancer Research in New York with the help of Plymouth University Peninsula Schools of Medicine and Dentistry have completed research which for the first time brings us nearer to understanding...


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