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Biomimetic materials: New ways to copy nature

In science, we have a predicament of looking for solutions to problems in the most unforeseen ways, thinking that maybe the most complex solution is always the best. Nothing could be further from the truth. Nature, after millions of years of evolution, has always given rise...

source: By Adolfo Benedito
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Engineers at Rice University's Brown School of Engineering are touting the first neural implant capable of being programmed and charged remotely with a magnetic field. Kaiyuan Yang, Jacob Robinson, Zhanghao Yu and Joshua Chen collaborated...

source: Medical Design & Outsourcing

Biomedical devices are the most advanced technology that some of us are likely to come into contact with, and they often have the intimidating size to match. MRI scanners fill entire rooms, for example, with space for patients inside and cooling for the giant magnets. Increasingly,...

source: Institution of Mechanical Engineers

Researchers are investigating how to make electronic components from eco-friendly, biodegradable materials to help address a growing public health and environmental problem: around 50 million tons of electronic waste are produced every year. Less than 20% of the e-waste...

source: Phys.org

People with diabetes are at a higher risk of fracturing a bone than the general population, and if they do break one, it also takes longer than normal to heal. To improve how broken bones heal in people with diabetes, researchers are leading work to develop an affordable...

source: Science Daily

The most difficult part of dealing with the deadly coronavirus outbreak, which has infected more than 80,000 people and left over 2,600 people dead, is containing the highly contagious virus. Spreading quickly through human contact, even...

source: VICE

Edited by Raj Bawa, János Szebeni, Thomas J. Webster & Gerald F. Audette, ISBN: 978-981-4774-52-9...

source: SFB


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