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2020.06.24
Insightec wants to usher in a new era of incisionless surgery

The Israeli company's technology uses the power of focused ultrasound guided by MR imaging to target conditions like essential tremor, Parkinson's disease and neuropathic pain.



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2020.06.10
MTU Engineers Zap and Unstick Underwater Smart Glue

With a small zap of electricity, biomedical engineers at Michigan Technological University take an underwater smart glue prototype from sticky to not in seven seconds.



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2020.06.09
These tiny fibers may prove better at delivering drugs to the brain

German researchers have developed mats made of biodegradable fibers only a few microns thick that could prove advantageous to deliver certain drugs to the brain.



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2020.05.22
Wearable Sensor Powered by AI Predicts Worsening Heart Failure before Hospitalization

Device could help doctors remotely detect changes in patients.



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2020.05.15
Tiny devices promise new horizon for security screening and medical imaging

Miniature devices that could be developed into safe, high-resolution imaging technology, with uses such as helping doctors identify potentially deadly cancers and treat them early, have been created.



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2020.05.09
Anti-Coronavirus Surface Coating Could Be Effective for Months

SARS-CoV-2, the coronavirus that causes COVID-19, has a nasty habit of lingering on surfaces for extended periods of time.



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2020.04.28
How to weave human tissue into new blood vessels

Researchers at the University of Bordeaux in France have engineered human tissue to be woven into blood vessels and treat diseased or damaged blood vessels.



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2020.04.24
New Device May Reduce Risks in Procedure to Unblock Arteries

Alternative treatment uses light-activated drug to coat an angioplasty balloon. 



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2020.04.14
3D Printing Microstructures for New Drug Delivery Systems with SPHRINT

In the recently published, ‘SPHRINT – Printing Drug Delivery Microspheres from Polymeric Melts,’ authors Tal Shpigel, Almog Uziel, and Dan Y. Lewitus explore better ways to offer sustained release pharmaceuticals via 3D printed structures.



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2020.04.08
Machine Keeps Human Livers Alive for One Week Outside of the Body

Breakthrough may increase the number of available organs for transplantation.



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