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Biomedical & Industrial Engineering: Crash Course Engineering #6


Otago reserachers develop high defintion tissue 3D printing resin

At the University of Otago Christchurch, New Zealand, a team of researchers have developed a 3D printable resin that can accurately copy small …

3D Bioprinting

‘Wonder at scale’: How Johns Hopkins Medicine plans to change the face of disease

Johns Hopkins Hospital

Aspect Biosystems receives $1M for “meaningful impact” of 3D bioprinting in healthcare

3D bioprinting technology company Aspect Biosystems was founded with the intention to have a “meaningful impact” on patient care. The company’s aim …

Additive Manufacturing/3D Printing Standards

Can a 3d printer Help You Heal Faster?

One injection could kill cancer

Scientists experimenting with an innovative treatment for cancer have now devised a targeted injection that has already successfully eliminated …


Surgeons use HoloLens to peer into patients' legs

Overlaying three-dimensional holograms on its wearer's view of the real world, Microsoft's HoloLens augmented reality headset has allowed users to do …

Programmable droplets

MIT researchers have developed hardware that uses electric fields to move droplets of chemical or biological solutions around a surface, mixing them …

La dentisterie du futur - 3D Print Santé

La dentisterie moderne utilise l’impression 3D ou l’usinage de précision, quelle est la meilleure technique pour fabriquer des prothèses dentaires ?

Google is using 46 billion data points to predict the medical outcomes of hospital patients

Some of Google’s top AI researchers are trying to predict your medical outcome as soon as you’re admitted to the hospital.<p>A new research paper, published Jan. 24 with 34 co-authors and not peer-reviewed, claims better accuracy than existing software at predicting outcomes like whether a patient …

Tech startups want to go inside your mouth

D<p>ental care can be costly and hard to access, especially if you live in a rural community or a third-world country. In fact, the biggest barrier to dental care is cost. This is according to the American Dental Association, which says many rural areas lack access to dental professionals. <i></i><p>Other than …

Doctors can now use augmented reality to peek under a patient's skin

Inside Out<p>Compared to the very first X-ray, which was taken well over a century ago, the medical imaging technology in use today is highly …

apoQlar mixed-reality for surgeons


Our Cyborg Future is Coming (And That’s Not a Bad Thing)


KUKA LBR Med – Robotic Needle Positioning


One Shot Could Provide All the Vaccines You'll Ever Need


Father Makes 3D Heart for Daughter


KUKA Medical Robotics – Medical Applications with LBR Med


neuroinspire™ surgical planning software for stereotactic procedures


Introducing Complete Anatomy with ARKit


Deep Learning in Oncology – Applications in Fighting Cancer

Last updated on September 1, 2017 by Abder-Rahman Ali<p>See more articles like this one in the following categories<p>Deep Learning plays a vital role in …

Startup Battlefield Finals: Augmedics | Disrupt SF 2017


How scientists plan to create personalised medicines


How computers learn to recognize objects instantly | Joseph Redmon


Stanford’s surprise discovery may lead to new breakthrough metamaterials

If comics have taught us anything, it is that the best advances are ones that happen by accident. That sums up a serendipitous discovery by …


Scientists successfully used CRISPR to fix a mutation that causes disease. This is huge.

CRISPR/Cas9 is a gene editing technology that’s revolutionizing science at a breathtaking pace.<p>One of its most exciting, taboo, and controversial applications is tweaking the genes of eggs, sperm, or early embryos to alter a human life. This could one day mean the ability tocreate smarter or more …

Revolutionizing Heart Surgery With Virtual Reality

Heart Surgery

TU Eindhoven demonstrates 3D printed stents for paediatric heart surgery

334shares<p>Researchers at Eindhoven University of Technology (Tu/e) in the Netherlands have released a proof-of-concept article on 3D printed, …