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Healthtech Progress
Jul 5, 2022
Dissolving Implantable Device Relieves Pain Without Drugs

Dissolving Implantable Device Relieves Pain Without Drugs

A team of researchers has developed a small, soft, flexible implant that relieves pain on demand and without the use of drugs. The first-of-its-kind device could provide a much-needed alternative to opioids and other highly addictive medications.
Press Release
MultiOmic Health, Mesh Bio Partner using AI in Medicine, Diagnostics

MultiOmic Health, Mesh Bio Partner using AI in Medicine, Diagnostics

MultiOmic Health, an artificial intelligence -enabled drug discovery company, and Mesh Bio, a digital health startup transforming chronic disease management through predictive analytics, announce their partnership to conduct an observational clinical study on patients with chronic metabolic disease and increased risk of complications such as chronic kidney disease. The partnership will provide access to data from patient populations in Asia that…
Healthtech Progress
Jul 1, 2022
Next-Gen Stroke Rehab:  Robot at Home

Next-Gen Stroke Rehab: Robot at Home

Most neuro technologies are limited to the lab or clinic and are very expensive and hard to operate. This brain-controlled robotic arm requires no surgery and is accessible to robotically guide stroke rehabilitation both in clinic and at home.
Healthtech Progress
Jul 4, 2022
A Fine-Tuned Gene Editor

A Fine-Tuned Gene Editor

The molecular tool CRISPR-Cas9 can be used to treat inherited blood disorders, but this may cause unintended genetic alterations. A team led of researchers has now presented an approach that minimizes such adverse consequences.
Healthtech Progress
Jun 30, 2022
Smart Implants to Monitor Healing

Smart Implants to Monitor Healing

Spinal fusion—fusing two vertebrae together—can treat a wide variety of spinal disorders. Often, surgeons will use a cage to provide support where the disk once was between the vertebrae. But what if those cages could support the spine's healing in more ways than one?
Press Release
Novel Patching Material for Bone Defects

Novel Patching Material for Bone Defects

Ceramics and metals have been used for a while as structural materials to repair bones and joints. In the past, scientists engineered bioinert materials, which do not bond to bones directly; bioactive materials that can bond to bones; and bio-absorbable materials that are categorized in bioactive materials but they are absorbed by the body over time and are replaced by advancing bone tissue.
Healthtech Progress
Jun 28, 2022
3D Printing Of 'Organic Electronics'

3D Printing Of 'Organic Electronics'

When looking at the future of production of micro-scale organic electronics, researchers see their potential for use in flexible electronics and bioelectronics, via multiphoton 3D printers.
Healthtech Progress
Jun 30, 2022
Wearable Chemical Sensor is Good as Gold

Wearable Chemical Sensor is Good as Gold

Researchers created a special ultrathin sensor, spun from gold, that can be attached directly to the skin without irritation or discomfort. The sensor can measure different biomarkers or substances to perform on-body chemical analysis. It works using a technique called Raman spectroscopy, where laser light aimed at the sensor is changed slightly depending on whatever chemicals are present on the skin at that point. The sensor can be finely tuned…
Healthtech Progress
Jun 27, 2022
Wearables and AI Might Pick up Presymptomatic COVID-19

Wearables and AI Might Pick up Presymptomatic COVID-19

Wearable activity trackers that monitor changes in skin temperature and heart and breathing rates, combined with artificial intelligence, might be used to pick up COVID-19 infection days before symptoms start, suggests preliminary research.
Healthtech Progress
Jun 24, 2022
Sniffing Out Your Identity with Breath Biometrics

Sniffing Out Your Identity with Breath Biometrics

Researchers have developed a new potential odorous option for the biometric security toolkit: your breath, an olfactory sensor capable of identifying individuals by analyzing the compounds in their breath.
Healthtech Progress
Jul 5, 2022
Dissolving Implantable Device Relieves Pain Without Drugs

Dissolving Implantable Device Relieves Pain Without Drugs

A team of researchers has developed a small, soft, flexible implant that relieves pain on demand and without the use of drugs. The first-of-its-kind device could provide a much-needed alternative to opioids and other highly addictive medications.
Healthtech Progress
Jul 1, 2022
Next-Gen Stroke Rehab:  Robot at Home

Next-Gen Stroke Rehab: Robot at Home

Most neuro technologies are limited to the lab or clinic and are very expensive and hard to operate. This brain-controlled robotic arm requires no surgery and is accessible to robotically guide stroke rehabilitation both in clinic and at home.
Healthtech Progress
Jun 30, 2022
Smart Implants to Monitor Healing

Smart Implants to Monitor Healing

Spinal fusion—fusing two vertebrae together—can treat a wide variety of spinal disorders. Often, surgeons will use a cage to provide support where the disk once was between the vertebrae. But what if those cages could support the spine's healing in more ways than one?
Healthtech Progress
Jun 28, 2022
3D Printing Of 'Organic Electronics'

3D Printing Of 'Organic Electronics'

When looking at the future of production of micro-scale organic electronics, researchers see their potential for use in flexible electronics and bioelectronics, via multiphoton 3D printers.
Healthtech Progress
Jun 27, 2022
Wearables and AI Might Pick up Presymptomatic COVID-19

Wearables and AI Might Pick up Presymptomatic COVID-19

Wearable activity trackers that monitor changes in skin temperature and heart and breathing rates, combined with artificial intelligence, might be used to pick up COVID-19 infection days before symptoms start, suggests preliminary research.
Press Release
MultiOmic Health, Mesh Bio Partner using AI in Medicine, Diagnostics

MultiOmic Health, Mesh Bio Partner using AI in Medicine, Diagnostics

MultiOmic Health, an artificial intelligence -enabled drug discovery company, and Mesh Bio, a digital health startup transforming chronic disease management through predictive analytics, announce their partnership to conduct an observational clinical study on patients with chronic metabolic disease and increased risk of complications such as chronic kidney disease. The partnership will provide access to data from patient populations in Asia that…
Healthtech Progress
Jul 4, 2022
A Fine-Tuned Gene Editor

A Fine-Tuned Gene Editor

The molecular tool CRISPR-Cas9 can be used to treat inherited blood disorders, but this may cause unintended genetic alterations. A team led of researchers has now presented an approach that minimizes such adverse consequences.
Press Release
Novel Patching Material for Bone Defects

Novel Patching Material for Bone Defects

Ceramics and metals have been used for a while as structural materials to repair bones and joints. In the past, scientists engineered bioinert materials, which do not bond to bones directly; bioactive materials that can bond to bones; and bio-absorbable materials that are categorized in bioactive materials but they are absorbed by the body over time and are replaced by advancing bone tissue.
Healthtech Progress
Jun 30, 2022
Wearable Chemical Sensor is Good as Gold

Wearable Chemical Sensor is Good as Gold

Researchers created a special ultrathin sensor, spun from gold, that can be attached directly to the skin without irritation or discomfort. The sensor can measure different biomarkers or substances to perform on-body chemical analysis. It works using a technique called Raman spectroscopy, where laser light aimed at the sensor is changed slightly depending on whatever chemicals are present on the skin at that point. The sensor can be finely tuned…
Healthtech Progress
Jun 24, 2022
Sniffing Out Your Identity with Breath Biometrics

Sniffing Out Your Identity with Breath Biometrics

Researchers have developed a new potential odorous option for the biometric security toolkit: your breath, an olfactory sensor capable of identifying individuals by analyzing the compounds in their breath.