The biomedical industry is beginning to see how the Internet of Things brings efficiencies to research and development as well as production.
A manufacturer would never dream of creating a new airliner or vehicle part without first going through rigorous computational modeling. Prof. Alison Marsden, Stanford University, says this is how bioengineers should think and work as well, specifically when operating on our most vital organ, the heart.
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Big data, along with advances in genetics, is enabling personalized medicine to grow like never before.
From prosthetics to diagnostics, technology is allowing medical professionals to tailor medical devices to fit a patient's needs.
Only 3 billion of the world’s 7 billion people have access to health care right now. A leading healthcare consultant believes health care technology can fix that.
A microfluidic device that captures breath might possibly save you from lung cancer.