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Oct 04, 2012
This Week in Devices [ 10/5/2012 ] Biohacking Healthcare; A Dissolvable Electronic Sensor; Space Surgery; 10 Years for the TAVI Biohacking Healthcare Forbes...
Sep 21, 2012
This Week in Devices [9/21/12]: Medical Device Company Conducts Illegal Human Testing; GOP vs. the Device Tax; The 10 Richest People in Medicine; A Low-Cost,...
Sep 20, 2012
Aydogan Ozcan image courtesy UCLA newsroom  UCLA professor Aydogan Ozcan has been honored as part of this year's Popular Science's...
Sep 13, 2012
This Week in Devices: [9/14/12]: Shutdown, Layoffs at Covidien; FDA to Improve Device Tracking; LA Times Explores the Future of Healthcare; A Medical Device...
Aug 31, 2012
This Week in Devices [ 8/31/12]: St. Jude to Cut 300 Jobs; ICDs Endangered by Europe's Financial Crisis; Turning Your Body into a Wireless Hotspot; Libel Claim...
Aug 17, 2012
This Week in Devices [8/17/2012]: FDA Issues Further Mandates to St. Jude; Smart Medical Devices; UCLA Performs Groundbreaking Heart Surgery; A Brain Implant...
Aug 10, 2012
This Week in Devices [8/10/2012] – Hospitals Should be More Like The Cheesecake Factory; Cyber Therapy; DIY Cyborgs; Implantable Defibrillators; Jon...
Aug 09, 2012
Cybernetics researcher Kevin Warwick Did you know that by implanting a small, rare earth mineral magnet into the tip of your finger you can create a...
Aug 03, 2012
Will Athletes Undergo Elective Amputation for Better Performance? The debate on Oscar Pistorius' Olympic performance continues. Now there's a new question:...
Jul 30, 2012
Cardinal Health Inc, one of the three largest medical device wholesalers, raised eyebrows when it announced last week that it would begin offering lower cost...