Iota Biosciences has raised about $15 million in a series A round to help further develop its millimeter-sized neural dust platform.
For a holistic approach to successful design, integrate as many engineering disciplines into the design cycle and keep an eye on materials science and connectivity advances.
A recent breakthrough in the design of medical device cables is expected to enable a new generation of small, flexible, and intelligent catheters according to Japanese wire and cable supplier Junkosha.
The technology was designed by Northwestern Medicine along with Northwestern’s McCormick School of Engineering scientists and has the potential to monitor, separately and accurately, UVB and UVA exposure for people at high risk for melanoma.
A startup spawned from Oxford University is trying to commercialize components of a quantum computing technology that could ultimately improve the downstream end of existing diagnostic devices.
With more investments and potential device clearances on the way, the Bioelectronics market is beginning to take off.
OmniVision revealed two new partnerships at MD&M East that will help propel it further into the ever-changing healthcare market.
Medtronic reaffirmed delaying its surgical robotics platform, which is expected to be a direct competitor to Intuitive Surgical’s da Vinci system.
A recent study showed there was a significant reduction in migraines and anti-migraine medication was reduced by 31% after 3-months of electroceutical treatment with the Cefaly Prevent technology.
Tactile-sensing technology could be used to enhance an R&D or clinical research process as well as be embedded in a medical device.
An expert talks about the latest in sensor technology development and shares a few tips on how medical device developers can find the right technology to suit their device.
Embedded microsensors continuously monitor foot temperature to detect and prevent diabetic foot ulcers.
Despite the ongoing opioid crisis in the United States, guidelines don’t list alternative device therapies such as neurostimulators as options for treating chronic pain. What gives?
New neuromodulation devices are taking aim at applications including sleep apnea, obesity, rheumatoid arthritis, and other inflammatory diseases.
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.