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Silicon-photonics-based bio-sensing chips can help designers to make compact devices for the detection and measurement of multiple biomarkers. The IC can also enable engineers to pack more features in smart glasses and XR/AR/VR headsets. Rockley Photonics has released the world’s...
Researchers develop clothing material with sensor integrated threads enabling a new generation of wearable technology. Wearable sensors, like those on smartwatches, let us continuously monitor our health and well-being non-invasively. Until now, however, there has been a lack of suitable...
According to a recent study, machine learning algorithms can assist medical professionals in differentiating between acute cholangitis and alcohol-associated hepatitis. Researchers demonstrate how algorithms may be useful predicting tools utilising a few straightforward factors and frequently accessible structured clinical information...
The idea of putting bioelectronics into a breathable face mask that can monitor a user's physiological state depending on the features of their cough has been put into practice by a research team at the University of Missouri College...
Chalmers University of Technology researchers have developed a polymer that captures and releases biomolecules using electrical signals! The novel and efficient technology could have a significant impact on biomedicine research and open the way for electronic tablets and medicinal...
In contrast to conventional 3D printing methods, the new technique helps create precise objects as small as two centimetres in length, without any breakage in structure. Imagine being to able to create minute objects with precise accuracy and intricate detailing...
 
 

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