Stanford engineers have crafted an incredibly small, wirelessly powered cardiac device that could help lead to smaller medical implants.
Scientists from Dartmouth University have come up with a new way to recharge medical devices -- using power directly pulled from the human heart.
Scientists from the University of Massachusetts Amherst have designed a new type of electronic materials that can create environmentally friendly biomedical and environmental sensors.
MIT scientists have invented microscopic robots the size of a single cell that could potentially be mass-produced.
Scientists from RIKEN have developed a user-friendly organic sensor that is ultra-flexible and solar powered.
Scientists from CU Boulder have designed a new material capable of transforming into a variety of complex shapes using light and temperature stimuli.
Scientists from the Center for Nanoparticle Research have developed a new type of soft bioelectronic mesh.
Engineers from Rutgers University-New Brunswick have designed a new type of smart wristband capable of monitoring both personal health and environmental markers.
Scientists have engineered a new type of artificial skin that allows robots to 'feel' changes in temperature.
Scientists are hard at work on an implantable system that could help to detect lung cancer.