Technology
Apr 19, 2013
The Jeopardy champ can learn to make more personalized decisions for cancer patients. Have tourniquets turned the corner in their medical usefulness? ...
Apr 16, 2013
1. Over-spec. We’ve all been there…more often than not our eyes immediately gravitate toward the brightest, shiniest product on the market....
Apr 15, 2013
Bioresorbable Detection Methods Save a Major Company From Recall By Reina V. Slutske The biggest question in bioresorbable technology may not be what devices...
Apr 12, 2013
GE's latest ad features Hugo Weaving reprising his famed role as Agent Smith from The Matrix to introduce consumers to GE's connected hospitals model, which...
Apr 11, 2013
It's no secret that the Affordable Care Act (ACA) has levied some challenges on the healthcare industry in the interest of improving patient care. Incentives...
Apr 10, 2013
One of the big hits on the exhibition floor at this year's BIOMEDevice Boston conference has been the Baxter robot made by Rethink Robotics. The robot is...
Apr 10, 2013
A study done by the Department of Defense on amputee soldiers yield some surprising results. Soldiers who had received an amputee implant reported being less...
Apr 05, 2013
Is self tracking a boon or a burden to diabetics? CNN profiles Dr. Leslie Saxon and talks with her about the rise of digital health. A wristband tracks...
Apr 02, 2013
Cody Wilson, a 25 year old law student at the University of Texas, has been making big headlines since a documentary about him produced by VICE magazine went...
Mar 29, 2013
Robotic surgery is gaining ground – but who's responsible if the robot makes a mistake? The Washington Post releases 21 graphs comparing America's...