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Google’s Glucose Monitoring Contact Lens Will Be Made A Reality

07/15/2014, Earlier this year, Google unveiled a smart contact lens that had the ability to measure glucose levels. Why is this important? Well it allows wearers with diabetes to constantly measure their glucose levels throughout the day, with the results being sent...

11-year Old’s Nickel Allergy Attributed To The iPad

07/15/2014, The next time you find yourself with an uncomfortable rash, there is a chance that the rash could be the result of nickel allergy which could have come from using an iPad. This is according to a recently published paper by medical journal, Pediatrics, who...

Toshiba Wearable Sensor Arrives This September

07/09/2014, Toshiba is set to introduce a new wearable biological sensor which will be worn on your body, where it will see action in verification tests as well as evaluation. Called the “Silmee Bar type,” this wearable biological sensor will be sold to...

Computer Implant Could Help Restore Memories

07/08/2014, The human mind is a truly complicated creature, so much so that even until now, there is far less that we know about it compared to what we already do. Scientists over at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory have worked to develop a small computer...

FingerReader Reads Aloud To The Blind

07/08/2014, The brainy folks over at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) have done it yet again – having come up with an audio reading device which is meant to be worn on the index finger of someone who suffers from a certain degree of visual...

Chemical Scanner Might Influence Your Shopping Habits

07/03/2014, Being a savvy shopper does take plenty of time and effort these days, especially when new products are flooding the market more and more these days. Having said that, you would also want to eat healthy to remain healthy, and hence organic foodstuff,...

Researchers Create 3D Printed Working Blood Vessels

07/03/2014, There are endless possibilities with a 3D printer and yes it can also be used to print organs. However the problem with internal organs is that they tend to be very complex, with countless blood vessels required to be just in the right positions for the...

Laser Could Erase Combat Wounds

07/03/2014, The battlefield could prove to be a place where valiant men prove their valor as well as bravery, but there are also moments where the loss of limb, and perhaps life, occurs. Defusing bombs can be one of the more heart stopping duties that one has to...

Eye-tracking Wheelchair Helps The Disabled Get Around

07/03/2014, A standard wheelchair will require the two arms of the person sitting in it to get around all by him or herself, but what happens when said person has lost the use of both limbs? While there are plans by the likes of Emotiv to roll out a mind-controlled...

MobileOCT Turns Smartphone Into Cancer Detecting Device

07/02/2014, I am quite sure that for many of us, me included, living without my smartphone would be a disaster. How else am I going to get Waze traffic updates in order to make sure that I am as efficient as possible when it comes to making my way across town during...

Goosebumps Measuring Sensor Developed

06/25/2014, There are several times when goosebumps actually make their appearance – when you are cold, or when you feel a chill run down the back of your spine when you enter one of the reputedly haunted rooms or area, or when you are exposed to an...