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  • August 28, 2019:

    Researchers at Tufts University have developed completely flexible transistors from linen thread which means they can be integrated into clothing, worn directly on the skin, or even used in electronic medical implants, including ones that can attach to a beating heart. Large numbers of the thread-based transistors (TBTs) can be made into logic circuits and integrated circuits that can perform common electronic functions.Full Story

  • August 22, 2019:

    Researchers from the University of Birmingham in the UK and Washington University School of Medicine have developed a new non-invasive brain imaging method for studying the shape of the brain’s surface and oxygenation of brain tissues. This exciting development can one day improve brain mapping, ICU patient monitoring, and early diagnosis of a number of neurological conditions.Full Story

  • August 16, 2019:

    Researchers from Harvard and University of Nebraska Omaha have developed an exosuit that makes walking and running easier, allowing for natural and highly efficient movement at different speeds.Powered by on-board batteries and weighing only 11 lbs (5 kg), the soft exosuit is worn around the waist and thighs, with the controller hanging on the back. It can detect whether the user is walking and running and can gently transition between the two.Full Story

  • August 15, 2019:

    Researchers at Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne in Switzerland have developed a flexible and stretchable pump for soft robotics. The existence of the device, described in the latest journal Nature, means that soft robots may no longer need to be tethered to rigid and bulky pumps, allowing for greater versatility in soft medical devices, such as artificial muscles and assistive wearables. Full Story

  • August 1, 2019:

    Antibiotics are the predominant tool when fighting bacterial infections, but bacteriophages could potentially be a lot more effective. Researchers at McMaster University have developed a hydrogel loaded with an enormous amount of bacteriophage viruses that can overwhelm any bacterial defenses. Bacteriophages are viruses that attack bacteria and because they avoid injuring human cells they are a promising therapeutic tool. One millimeter of the gel holds over 300 trillion of the bacteriophage viruses, and if these are made to target specific bacterial infections, or even cancer through DNA modification, the gel may have impressive therapeutic effects. Full Story