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DermaFuse glass nanofiber material makes healing a cinch

05/04/2011, Ask anyone and they will tell you that they won’t mind having Wolverine’s highly accelerated healing factor as part of their genetic make up – after all, it also saves one hundreds or perhaps thousands each year when it comes to...

Video games can be good for health

05/03/2011, It looks like video games aren’t that bad after all. After hundreds of reports about how video games have a bad influence on society, we finally have reports that they can actually encourage healthy living. Researchers have discovered that video...

Medigus produces world’s smallest camera

05/03/2011, It was just last week we reported about the world’s smallest camera – the Awaiba NanEye camera that’s smaller than a matchstick with dimensions of 1mm x 1mm x 1.5mm. Well that title has been short lived, with a new camera on the block...

Professor develops a new way to sniff out bacteria

04/29/2011, At the moment, hospitals rely on troublesome and inefficient methods to identify bacteria in a patient’s blood sample. First they have to incubate blood samples in vials for 24 to 48 hours just to see whether bacteria is present. After that, they...

Awaiba NanEye camera is super small

04/28/2011, Honey, I shrunk the camera – at least that is what Awaiba’s claim to fame is, rolling out a camera which is smaller than a matchstick head, now how about that for the wonders of miniaturization in our modern world? Awaiba’s NanEye camera...

Stroke rehabilitation glove fits into affordable bracket

04/28/2011, Anyone who has suffered from a stroke or deal with stroke patients know that time is of the essence when the stroke occurs – the earlier medical help is rendered, the faster and higher the chances of recovery. For those who have lost the use of a...

Solar-powered and wireless eye sensor is super small

04/27/2011, Don’t you just love the wonders of miniaturization? That’s exactly what happened with this solar-powered eye sensor that is also wireless to boot – measuring the size of a cubic millimeter. Built specially for glaucoma patients (and we...

Radar detects concussions in athletes and soldiers

04/26/2011, Now here is new technology that might just make it easier for medical personnel to detect concussions in both athletes and soldiers, thanks to the use of a simple radar system which is capable of quickly screen individuals who may have suffered brain...

S-911 GPS Tracking Bracelet helps patients with cognitive disorders

04/26/2011, Adiant Solutions, a company known for its GPS safety and tracking solutions, has just announced the availability of their new S-911 tracking bracelet. The S-911 is a tracking bracelet that is designed to give a peace of mind to folks with loved ones that...

Tibion Bionic Leg makes stroke rehabilitation easier

04/26/2011, Stroke patients know that early detection is vital, as every single second counts since delayed help will result in the worsening of one’s condition. Having said that, once one has received ample and correct medical treatment for their condition,...

Synthetic brain closer to reality with artificial synapse

04/25/2011, To churn out something that is synthetic, it will certainly require plenty of study of the original material in question. Good thing that modern science and technology has not failed in this matter where we have synthetic rubber, synthetic cloth, and the...

Smart wheelchairs coming your way, Prof X places order

04/14/2011, Professor Xavier of the X-Men has this psychic controlled wheelchair, but that doesn’t good ol’ Chuck should be wasting some of those powers to move around Shi’iar technology when roboticists over at the Case Western Reserve University...

Allen Human Brain Atlas, first computerized human brain map unveiled

04/13/2011, Scientists in the US have liften the curtains on what they deem to be the first computerized human brain map in the world. Basically, this is an online public resource that was specially developed to accelerate understanding of how the human brain works....