A new project is exploring the use of simulation during development of treatments for osteoporosis, tuberculosis, multiple sclerosis, coronary stenosis, cerebral aneurysms, mammary carcinoma, and COVID-19 infection.
MIT researchers and colleagues recently discovered an important — and unexpected — electronic property of graphene, a material frequently used in medtech that continues to amaze scientists with its interesting physics.
Brown University researchers developed the sensor technique, which makes use of cell-sized spheres made from a highly-compliant polymer material, that can then be placed in laboratory cultures of tissue-forming cells.
Researchers are looking at saliva more closely than ever for its diagnostic possibilities.
Nottingham Trent University has built a £23 million facility to develop new medical devices. The goal is to bring organizations, clinicians, and researchers together to get new medtech products to market quickly.
Georgia Tech researchers have developed a potential new treatment for glaucoma that could replace daily eyedrops and surgery with a twice-a-year injection.
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Geneoscopy's stool-based colorectal screening tool is designed to detect both colorectal cancer and precancerous adenomas.