Latest Microchip implant Stories

Image 1 - Osteoporosis Patients Receive Medication From Implanted Microchips
2012-02-17 06:09:52

Seven Dutch women suffering from osteoporosis received bone-strengthening medication from implanted microchips as part of a first-of-its kind study of wirelessly controlled drug-releasing devices, according to research published Thursday in the journal Science Translational Medicine. According to Lauran Neergaard of the Associated Press (AP), the study, which was funded by Massachusetts-based implantable drug delivery device developer MicroCHIPS, Inc and headed up by MIT professors Robert...

2012-02-06 10:00:00

Pet Travel has offered microchips and scanners to traveling pet owners for over 5 years. Through a recent partnership with Datamars, a global leader in pet identification, these devices will be available to vets, breeders, shelters and other businesses serving the pet industry at significant savings and convenience. Fort Lauderdale, FL (PRWEB) February 06, 2012 Pet Travel, a leading resource for domestic and international pet travel regulations, information and supplies, and Datamars, a...

2012-01-19 16:00:00

GetPetsHome is the free homepage for pets — and a revolutionary QR-coded pet ID tag providing a virtual link to a pet profile. Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) January 19, 2012 GetPetsHome is excited to announce the launch of its revolutionary QR-coded pet ID tags that help get pets home safely. Officially endorsed by Dr. Will Draper D.V.M. of The Village Vets, GetsPetsHome.com is billed as “Your pet´s homepage“¦ and their way home”, and is the latest in pet ID...

2011-10-15 05:00:00

Our era in Ruffo Caselliâs Cybernetic Existentialism. A sponsorhip opportunity for corporate partners. New York, NY (PRWEB) October 15, 2011 A retrospective of Italian artist Ruffo Caselli, the painter of microchips, is now available in the United States for a traveling exhibit and welcomes corporate sponsors with suitable locations. At 79, Florence born Ruffo Caselli never owned a computer, a blackberry, an IPod, not even an answering machine, but his canvasses painted with...

2011-09-28 14:41:40

One of the most controversial topics in horse breeding circles relates to the best method for identifying foals. For animal welfare reasons, many veterinarians are currently promoting the method of implanting a microchip over the traditional practice of branding, while officials of major sport horse breed registries deny that branding really causes pain or stress to foals. But what do the horses themselves think?  The team of Christine Aurich at the University of Veterinary Medicine,...

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