A student has won a global competition for her efforts to develop a synthetic material that could act as both a diagnostic and a therapeutic agent for bacterial toxins.
The magazine published a special January edition on "The Future of Medicine" highlighting innovative organs-on-chips research and technology.
The Vetex Thrombectomy Catheter is designed to remove wall-to-wall clot within the vein, in one procedure, and without thrombolytic drugs.
MIT researchers have discovered a way to potentially restore movement in patients with paralysis, or treat unwanted movements such as muscle tremor in Parkinson's patients.
A design engineer speaking at MD&M Minneapolis demonstrates how virtual reality technology can play a meaningful role in product development.
An R&D expert will share tips for getting a product to market quickly without letting project stress drive a wedge between you and your co-workers.
A design change involving replacement parts for a commonly used CPAP mask has triggered a Class I recall for Compass Health.
Antares Pharma has agreed to help Pfizer develop a combination drug-device rescue pen using Antares' QuickShot device.
FDA gave ReCor Medical the green light to run a pivotal study of its ultrasound-based renal denervation system for the treatment of hypertension.
Two recent studies have found a significant decrease in the occurrence of infections when Silverlon antimicrobial wound dressings are used.
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