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CareFusion Nicolet EEG Wireless Amplifier

12/02/2011, You know, being a doctor might not necessarily be a glamorous job, unlike what you see on TV where the doctors there always have a fantastic day at work, and their colleagues are hot to boot. Well, in real life, things could very well be extremely...

Ekso Bionics exoskeleton paraded

12/02/2011, When it comes to those who cannot walk anymore due to a spinal cord injury, moving around is not that much of an issue if you are on a wheelchair. However, I am quite sure that there are moments when one would feel really, really depressed or down about...

Fight against email spam helps in HIV vaccine search

12/01/2011, Fighting spam should be on the agenda for most system administrators in any company, considering how sending email is virtually free, and it does not really pollute the environment in terms of printed paper. There is a method to the madness, and Microsoft...

Can Wi-Fi on laptops damage sperm?

12/01/2011, It is said that urbanization has its fair share of benefits, but brings along with it a slew of problems as well. Certain quarters out there feel that we as humans are going to get extinct in due time simply because of our selfishness, not to mention the...

Researchers print bone-like material with 3D printer

11/30/2011, With the advancement of our technology, 3D printers have been making great strides in replicating various objects, going beyond creating mere models to parts that can actually be used in real world applications. Now it appears that researchers have...

Star Syringe K1 Auto Disposable syringe saves lives

11/28/2011, According to the World Health Organization – every year approximately 1.3 million people die worldwide due to diseases contracted through the reuse of syringes. It’s about time somebody did something and that’s where the Star Syringe K1 Auto...

Prosthesis take the sexy route

11/25/2011, Prosthesis used to be in place just to help folks with missing limbs look better without having any form of functionality, but over the years, technology has improved prosthesis to a point where they’re actually far more useful than being an...

Simroid dental training robot gets uprades

11/25/2011, I like one of the scenes in Matrix, where Neo is already known as The One after his resurrection, fighting with agents. He looked at them non-chalantly and said, “Hmmm, upgrades.” Well, robots don’t evolve, so they get upgraded, and...

Portable breast cancer detector

11/23/2011, Forgive the typo on the banner that advertised Nihon University’s portable breast cancer checker over at Medica 2011, as the ultimate aim of the device is worth talking about instead of concentrating on how one spells the word ‘cancer’....

eButton could better help monitor food intake & exercise

11/16/2011, There are so many diets out there at the moment, it really depends on whether the diet suits you or not. I mean, some have tried the Atkins with no success, while others report what seemed to be a miracle, and in another diet, eating fat is fine –...

Contact lens smart enough to deliver medication

11/16/2011, I still have not gotten used to the idea wearing contact lenses, it feels really weird, but I guess for the many other millions out there, wearing a pair is the norm. How about a pair of smart contact lenses that are able to dispense of medication as and...

Valkee headset shines light to dispel seasonal depression

11/14/2011, It is common knowledge that our surroundings do affect us when it comes to our moods – and plenty of people do get depressed or feel generally down whenever the winter season sets in and gets a foothold of the situation. Well, there were light...

Jukusui-kun pillow helps put an end to snoring

11/14/2011, If you’re the type that suffers from sleep apnea or someone who snores heavily at night, this robotic polar bear pillow might be something worth checking out. It has been dubbed as the Jukusui-kun, and was developed by Wasaeda University’s Kabe Lab in...