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Small, wireless monitor provides long-term remote monitoring to help physicians diagnose and monitor irregular heartbeats SAN DIEGO, Feb.
A tiny, patch-like battery that uses the natural movement of organs such as the heart or lungs to generate electricity inside the human body has been developed by engineers at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
Feeling an ache or a pain may have you reaching for the nearest over-the-counter pain medication, but it is important to know the basics when it comes to medicating.
A multi-institutional team of engineers has developed a new approach to the fabrication of nanostructures for the semiconductor and magnetic storage industries.
Researchers have developed a new class of tiny, injectable devices that are helping neuroscientists unlock the mysteries of the human brain.
Imagine a world where an electronic device disappears after it's no longer needed. That world may be closer than you think.
Like the colorful temporary tattoos that children stick to their arms for fun, people may one day put thin "electronic skin" patches onto their arms to wirelessly diagnose health problems or deliver treatments.
Ultra thin patches that can detect medical problems are now replacing the grueling test procedures in doctor's offices.
- Inward knowledge; understanding; conscience.