‘Organ-on-a-Chip’ Device Provides New Insights into Early-Stage Pregnancy. If you’d read about it in a science fiction novel, you might not have believed it. Human organs and organ systems —…
GFlow Neural Networks to help discover new drug molecules and generate candidates
New study on improving MRI image quality based on deep learning technology published in European Radiology.
Chemotherapy may be completed within 8 days with two doses of Polytaxel, an innovative anticancer drug from South Korea's biotech firm.
Using quantum sensor technology to improve brain tumor operations. Removing a brain tumor presents surgeons with special challenges: They must remove the tumor without damaging healthy brain tissue. Among other…
Opteev Technologies, Inc. today announced that it has been named a CES® 2023 Innovation Awards Honoree in the Digital Health category for its portable breath analyzer, ViraWarn
A paralyzed man who cannot speak or type was able to spell out over 1,000 words using a neuroprosthetic device that translates his brain waves into full sentences, US researchers…
Metal stents or staples that disintegrate inside the body could eliminate some surgical and endoscopic procedures
By taking advantage of a phenomenon that leads to fractures in metal, MIT researchers have designed medical devices that could be used inside the body as stents
Smart Boot, Smart Mat, Smart Socks, Smart Knee Brace, Wireless Respiration Sensors for Long COVID, and NeurOpTrek Risk of Fall Assessment at ACRM Conference.
A chewable vaccine that can be stored at room temperature and shipped more easily than traditional flu vaccines.
Brain Stimulation study shows high electrical frequency stimulation can activate specific nerve fibers in the body
Feinstein Institutes Bioelectronic Medicine Researchers Target Specific Vagus Nerve Fibers for More Precise, Effective Stimulation.
BEES-HAUS autologous buccal mucosal cell therapy to manage male urethral stricture, has been confirmed for cell engraftment, holding potentials to prevent stricture recurrence. Steps underway for a larger study in…
A pre-deployment study promises high accuracy and improved patient safety with AI-based detection of leadless implanted electronic devices.
Researchers at an EPFL lab have developed an ophthalmological device that can be used to diagnose some degenerative eye disorders long before the onset of the first symptoms.
The MEVION S250-FIT would be the first and only proton therapy system that can be installed in an existing LINAC vault.
Government of Canada invests over $5.6 million to help early-stage genomics companies bring new products to market
FedDev Ontario investment to support over 30 companies, create and maintain 160 jobs, and develop eight new products, services or processes, and over 32 new patents.
Scientists believe that the structure of the adult brain is generally rigid and incapable of rapid changes; now new work has shown that this is not true.
Carbon monoxide is one of the most common causes of poisoning death in the world. It can be successfully treated with oxygen
Mobile health technology to detect atrial fibrillation generates a high rate of false positives and inconclusive results in some patients with certain cardiac conditions, investigators report in the Canadian Journal…