Mechanobiology Gets Precise

March 27, 2023 0

Researchers from the University of Cambridge and the MIT Institute for Medical Engineering and Science (IMES) have developed an electromagnetic device that will set a new benchmark for precision in the field of mechanobiology. The Read More

CBRN Defense Modernization Challenge

March 14, 2023 0

Due: April 14, 2023 Submit for a chance to pitch your CBRN Defense Modernization technology to top investment, industry and military tech-scouts as an unsolicited brief. Top ranked submissions will pitch in-person at the 2023 Read More

Health Tech and Space Sprint

February 27, 2023 0

Due: April 20, 2023 A famous actor, who portrayed a futuristic space captain and later became an actual astronaut, once described space as the final frontier. From exploration and research to manufacturing and potential off-world Read More

Innovative Systems For Medical Gas Usage

February 22, 2023 0

Due: March 24, 2023 Whether for utilization of equipment or for patient care efforts, the usage of medical gases such as carbon dioxide, helium, oxygen, or nitrogen, is vital in medical and dental settings. To Read More

Measuring Neural Activity With Light

December 28, 2022 0

The School of Electrical Engineering and Telecommunications at the University of New South Wales (UNSW) in Australia has put together a multidisciplinary team to create a new method for measuring neural activity using light. This Read More

Sensors For Gastrointestinal Health

December 21, 2022 0

Researchers at the University of California San Diego Center for Wearable Sensors have created a self-powered sensor to monitor metabolites in the small intestine. The sensor could potentially help with gastrointestinal health, nutrition, diagnosis and Read More

Micro-robots Will Soon Be Fighting Cancer

November 28, 2022 0

Micro-roboticists are working towards a new way of delivering cancer-killing compounds – called enterotoxins – to tumors using bionic bacteria that are steered by a magnetic field. These engineered microbes will function as “micro-robots” that Read More

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