mc10 and Reebok-CCM announce they have collaborated to develop a new skull cap with embedded impact sensor to help athletes of all levels detect concussions.
Now Rogers, in a paper published in the journal Science, has unveiled what he calls “transient electronics”, which are made of silicon, magnesium and silk, that can be implanted subcutaneously for a specific purpose and once they have served that purpose will automatically dissolve harmlessly into the human body.
University of Illinois researcher John Rogers has made another remarkable breakthrough in intelligent medical device technology – smart sutures.
Rock Health selects six digital health startups for its new summer program hosted by Harvard Medical School beginning in late June.
Electronic Tattoo ushers in new era of truly noninvasive and unobtrusive body sensors, a disruptive innovation with significant implications for the emerging mHealth industry.