Kristopher Sturgis is a freelance contributor to MD+DI.
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A new smartphone app uses an algorithm to analyze video from a smartphone camera to detect blood pulsing just beneath the skin — producing blood pressure readings.
The company has teamed up with the International Olympic Committee to bring precision medicine to the winter games.
MIT researchers are working on a new technology that could convert text to speech for visually impaired users.
Stanford researchers aim to simplify HIV testing and boost early detection rates through a saliva-based test.
Scientists in Australia have developed an ingestible sensor to detect and measure gut gasses in the stomach. The data can be sent to a phone or computer and could change the way gut disorders are diagnosed and treated.
FDA approved a new clinician programmer for the company's implantable pain pump, as well as a series of recent design changes aimed at improving the pump s a pain management device.
Engineers are working on a new kind of cybersecurity authentication system that uses the waveform of a user’s heartbeat to ensure security.
A company born out of MIT's Little Devices Lab is helping doctors and nurses hack medical devices to make existing technologies better fit their needs.
Through the process of electrochemical etching, researchers created a nanotextured material for stainless steel surfaces that can kill bacteria without harming cells.
Georgia Tech released a new bionic hand designed to provide amputees with full hand dexterity and movement, right down to each individual finger.
Google released an open-source artificial intelligence tool that could help researchers turn vast amounts of DNA sequencing data into life-saving therapies and technologies.