An ultrasound technique developed by Italian researchers reduces tremors and improves the quality of life of people who have Parkinson’s disease.
Using a human-centred design process, Duke aims to develop a more woman-centric screening and treatment options available.
A team from Duke University has developed a pocket colposcope that can capture images and transmit to smartphone, tablet or laptop.
The silicon lens of the VLMU1610-365-135 enables extremely long lifetimes up to 25,000h, compared to the typical mercury lamp lifetime of 10,000h.
Scientists from University of Bristol are utilising bio-ink on 3D printers, allowing the printing of living tissue and aims to print human organs in the near future.
The Harvard team envisions that the soft robots built with VAMPs could be used to assist the disabled or elderly, to serve food, deliver goods and perform other tasks related to the service industry.
Find out in this article how researchers from National Institute of Advanced Studies in Bangalore are employing new methods - remote sensing and GPS technologies to advance archaeological research.