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  • October 12, 2015:

    New York Institute of Technology (NYIT) Assistant Professor Aydin Farajidavar has received a $457,000 National Institutes of Health grant to develop an implantable wireless system to study the body's gastric and digestive systems.Problems with gastric movements are called dysrhythmias that lead to disorders preventing the stomach from digesting food normally.
    Farajidavar's tiny device is designed to be implanted in a patient during an endoscopy. Once implanted, the chip would transmit data on the stomach's so-called "slow waves" to a small patch worn on the skin. The patch, in turn, would transfer the data to a unit allowing doctors to map and monitor the stomach's electrical activity.Full Story

  • September 25, 2015:

    Fuseproject founder Yves Behar is developing wristband products to track patient’s following the doctor's orders — like taking the pills to help your fever go down or going for jogs to help your heart. An estimated 50% of patients don't take their prescriptions as they should. As wearable technology advances, it will be especially impactful for preventing or treating lifestyle diseases which are the number one killers after infectious diseases like malaria, AIDS, and Ebola.Full Story

  • September 24, 2015:

    A team of scientists from the National University of Singapore (NUS) Faculty developed a microfluidic tactile sensor that is fabricated on a flexible substrate like silicone rubber, and uses non-corrosive, non-toxic 2D nanomaterial suspension in liquid form, such as graphene oxide, as the pressure sensing element to recognize force-induced changes. The tactile sensor will further advance monitoring critical parameters in biomedical applications, especially for those that may come in contact with human skin or where human movement is highly versatile.Full Story

  • September 23, 2015:

    Google X, the company’s experimental research arm, has developed a health-tracking band that measures a variety of inputs including heart rhythm, pulse, and skin temperature. It can also track outside factors like noise and light. Andy Conrad, who heads up Google’s life sciences team, envisions, physicians giving Google’s band to all patients, used as a preventative measure, to help catch diseases early. Trials for the wristband started in summer 2015.Full Story

  • September 15, 2015:

    Thanks to DARPA’s neurotechnology a 28-year-old who has been paralyzed for more than a decade became the first person to “feel” physical sensations through a prosthetic hand developed by the Applied Physics Laboratory (APL) at Johns Hopkins University. The prosthetic hand communicates with electrode arrays connected directly to the sensory cortex of his brain making it able to identify which mechanical finger is being gently touched. The technology gave the volunteer the capacity to control the hand’s movements with his thoughts.Full Story