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What is happening in electronics engineering for the medical sector?

Analog Devices and LifeQ Join Hands for Developing Body Monitoring Sensors

Analog Devices, (ADI) announces its collaboration with LifeQ to develop technology that will make it possible for non-invasive body monitoring devices to provide highly accurate physiological data that currently is only...

FieldTrip: An Open Source MATLAB Toolbox for Biomedical Signal Analysis

FieldTrip is an open source MATLAB toolbox that helps in the analysis of non-invasive and invasive electrophysiological data including magnetoencephalography (MEG) and electroencephalogram (EEG) signals. The software provides a common platform for...

IEEE Experts Driven by Advance Technologies to Benefit Humanity

Innovations in Robotic Technology Improve Water Safety Rescues, Make Walking Easier for the Disabled and Deliver Dexterity and Accuracy to Surgery Members within Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), technical professional...

Demystifying Best ADC Reference Designs

Analog-to-digital converters are virtually everywhere, where there is a need to convert an analog signal to digital. Since most real world signals are analog, ADCs are important electronic components which help us...

Augmented Reality: Revolutionising Medical Applications

Virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) are regarded as highly-complex combinations in the area of computer science, VR hardware and artistic vision. AR is regarded as a variation of virtual...

Innovations Thriving In The Battle Against Coronavirus

Amidst the outbreak of Covid-19 pandemic, existing technologies and innovations like robots and drones are becoming common. These are being used for sanitisation, awareness, adherence to social distancing rules, and to...

3D-Printed Prosthetics Transforming Lives

The introduction of 3D-printed prosthetics in healthcare sector has transformed the lives of many people. It has the potential to even save lives, with applications ranging from 3D-printed hearts to prosthetic...

A Pacemaker That Can Dissolve In The Body After Use

Researchers from Northwestern University have unveiled a new, smart version that is connected to a network of soft, flexible, wireless sensors and control units that are put around the upper torso. The...
Robot nose

This Robot Nose Can Smell Disease On Your Breath

Scientists at the Nano Research department at Tsinghua University are working on a robot nose that could sniff out chemical compounds from breath, sweat, tears and other bodily emissions and might...

The Bionic Body

  Bionics (biology plus electronics) is a branch of science that deals with the application of living systems and biological methods, to design and implement engineering systems. Extensive research in this field...
 
 

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