Foot pressure sensors monitor for gait characteristics that could signal Parkinson’s disease.
New coating employs 'nanoworms' to kill COVID-19.
The electronic device is being developed by engineers at Auburn University.
Researchers propose using frog foam as an antiseptic delivery system.
Coating inactivates the COVID-19 virus and six others so far.
The technology is more effective than conventional treatment methods at removing organic molecules such as viruses and antibiotics.
Nanoscience Instruments introduces the Axia ChemiSEM, a cost-effective, floor-model scanning electron microscope designed for instant elemental mapping.
The study will evaluate the metric accuracy of 3D models generated using three different 3D acquisition techniques for performing metric analytical procedures.
Single-particle analysis demands a suitable software package for high-throughput automatic data acquisition.
UC Riverside team uses data mining tools to combat COVID-19 misinformation and identify symptoms.
UniSA researchers are using facial recognition tech to monitor premature babies.
Bioprinting ink derived from sunflower pollen could be used in the making of tissue scaffolds.
Robot socializes, takes vital signs
The patch tackles the oxidative stress and insufficient circulation conditions responsible for androgenic alopecia.
Part 2 discusses remote monitoring, masks and telehealth.
The biocompatible film heals and protects wounds.
The adhesive, which mimics barnacles, offers an improved method for treating traumatic injuries.
The antennas featured in the system enabled the researchers to focus and direct microwave radiation onto particularly high-traffic surfaces.
The coating has already lowered the incidence of rejection in lab mice.
Coating may prevent upper airway bacterial inflammation during intubation.