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Autism therapy via brain stimulation

Autism therapy via brain stimulation

Global Biotechnology Insights
Dec 27, 2017
And the beat goes on

And the beat goes on

Engineering students and their professor have been working for several months to create an implantable device that would capture energy from the beating of a heart and turn it into electrical power to run a device such as a pacemaker.
Global Biotechnology Insights
Dec 26, 2017
Bioelectronic medicine to treat lupus

Bioelectronic medicine to treat lupus

Researchers are conducting a clinical trial to evaluate the efficacy of bioelectronic medicine to treat pain associated with lupus, a chronic and potentially fatal autoimmune disease affecting upwards of 5 million people around the world.
Global Biotechnology Insights
Dec 25, 2017
New way to measure vital signs with radio waves

New way to measure vital signs with radio waves

No visit to the doctor's office is complete without a blood-pressure cuff squeezing your arm and a cold stethoscope placed on your chest. But what if your vital signs could be gathered, without contact, as you sit in the waiting room or the comfort of your own home?
Global Biotechnology Insights
Dec 22, 2017
Needle-free drug injector gets commercialization deal

Needle-free drug injector gets commercialization deal

MIT spinout Portal Instruments has now landed a commercialization deal for a smart, needle-free injection device that could reduce the pain and anxiety associated with needle injections, shorten administration time, and improve patient adherence.
Global Biotechnology Insights
Dec 21, 2017
Webinar Thurs 11 January - Invasive and non-invasive neural interfaces

Webinar Thurs 11 January - Invasive and non-invasive neural interfaces

IDTechEx will be hosting a free webinar on Thursday 11th January 2018 titled Invasive and non-invasive neural interfaces - Brain machine and brain computer interfaces
Global Biotechnology Insights
Dec 21, 2017
Scientists make research 'jelly' grow more like biological tissues

Scientists make research 'jelly' grow more like biological tissues

Scientists from Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU Singapore) and Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) have found a way to direct the growth of hydrogel, a jelly-like substance, to mimic plant or animal tissue structure and shapes.
Global Biotechnology Insights
Dec 20, 2017
New theory to describe widely used material

New theory to describe widely used material

A researcher has put forward a theoretical model that explains the coupling between ions and electrons in the widely used conducting polymer PEDOT:PSS. The model has profound implications for applications in printed electronics, energy storage in paper, and bioelectronics.
Global Biotechnology Insights
Dec 19, 2017
Scientists modify CRISPR to epigenetically treat diabetes

Scientists modify CRISPR to epigenetically treat diabetes

Salk scientists have created a new version of the CRISPR/Cas9 genome editing technology that allows them to activate genes without creating breaks in the DNA, potentially circumventing a major hurdle to using gene editing technologies to treat human diseases.
Global Biotechnology Insights
Dec 18, 2017
Drug discovery could accelerate hugely with machine learning

Drug discovery could accelerate hugely with machine learning

The algorithm can accurately predict the interactions between a protein and a drug molecule based on a handful of reference experiments or simulations.
IDTechEx Research Subscribers
A report from BIOMEDevice San Jose 2017

A report from BIOMEDevice San Jose 2017

2017 marked BIOMEDevice's tenth year showcasing devices that provide innovative solutions to current day problems in human health. IDTechEx analyst Dr Alexis Karandrea attended. Held this year in San Jose, the conference featured an expo alongside a number of talks on various subjects related to medical devices.
Global Biotechnology Insights
Dec 14, 2017
IDTechEx Show! USA 2017 IDTechEx opening Cornerstone

IDTechEx Show! USA 2017 IDTechEx opening Cornerstone

Raghu Das introduced the technologies covered and an introduction to the IDTechEx Show! USA 2017
Global Biotechnology Insights
Dec 14, 2017
Revolutionizing electronics using Kirigami

Revolutionizing electronics using Kirigami

A research team has developed an ultrastretchable bioprobe using Kirigami designs. The Kirigami-based bioprobe enables one to follow the shape of spherical and large deformable biological samples such as heart and brain tissues.
IDTechEx Research Subscribers
Report on IDTechEx Show! USA 2017

Report on IDTechEx Show! USA 2017

The following article summarises some of the key observations made by IDTechEx analysts during the IDTechEx Show! It contains details of many of the companies demonstrating products during the exhibition, notable presentations given and summaries of relevant conversations and recent updates.
Global Biotechnology Insights
Dec 11, 2017
Biosensors move to the point of care... and beyond

Biosensors move to the point of care... and beyond

The glucose sensing industry will be a $12bn market by 2027, making up a large chunk of the $33bn market for biosensors expected in the same year. Wearable sensors today are making larger and larger market penetration, with more than 50 countries now offering glucose sensors free to the user.
Global Biotechnology Insights
Dec 11, 2017
FDA approves first digital pill

FDA approves first digital pill

FDA approves Abilify MyCite, a pill with a sensor that digitally tracks if patients have ingested their medication
Global Biotechnology Insights
Dec 8, 2017
Engineers 3-D print a "living tattoo"

Engineers 3-D print a "living tattoo"

New technique 3-D prints programmed cells into living devices for first time.
Global Biotechnology Insights
Dec 8, 2017
New research in AI pushes frontiers in epileptic seizure prediction

New research in AI pushes frontiers in epileptic seizure prediction

The findings, described in a paper titled 'Epileptic Seizure Prediction using Big Data and Deep Learning: Toward a Mobile System,' present new results in epileptic seizure prediction using deep learning algorithms deployed on a brain-inspired, mobile processor.
Global Biotechnology Insights
Dec 7, 2017
electroCore completes $70 million series B funding round

electroCore completes $70 million series B funding round

electroCore, a U.S.-based bioelectronic medicine healthcare company advancing better patient therapies through superior approaches to neuromodulation, has announced it completed its Series B financing that has brought in just over $70 million of capital to the company.
Global Biotechnology Insights
Dec 6, 2017
Researchers generate electricity from low-cost biomaterial

Researchers generate electricity from low-cost biomaterial

Mobile phone speakers and motion detectors in cars and video games may soon be powered by electricity generated from low cost and sustainable biomaterials, according to research.
Global Biotechnology Insights
Dec 27, 2017
And the beat goes on

And the beat goes on

Engineering students and their professor have been working for several months to create an implantable device that would capture energy from the beating of a heart and turn it into electrical power to run a device such as a pacemaker.
Global Biotechnology Insights
Dec 25, 2017
New way to measure vital signs with radio waves

New way to measure vital signs with radio waves

No visit to the doctor's office is complete without a blood-pressure cuff squeezing your arm and a cold stethoscope placed on your chest. But what if your vital signs could be gathered, without contact, as you sit in the waiting room or the comfort of your own home?
Global Biotechnology Insights
Dec 21, 2017
Webinar Thurs 11 January - Invasive and non-invasive neural interfaces

Webinar Thurs 11 January - Invasive and non-invasive neural interfaces

IDTechEx will be hosting a free webinar on Thursday 11th January 2018 titled Invasive and non-invasive neural interfaces - Brain machine and brain computer interfaces
Global Biotechnology Insights
Dec 20, 2017
New theory to describe widely used material

New theory to describe widely used material

A researcher has put forward a theoretical model that explains the coupling between ions and electrons in the widely used conducting polymer PEDOT:PSS. The model has profound implications for applications in printed electronics, energy storage in paper, and bioelectronics.
Global Biotechnology Insights
Dec 18, 2017
Drug discovery could accelerate hugely with machine learning

Drug discovery could accelerate hugely with machine learning

The algorithm can accurately predict the interactions between a protein and a drug molecule based on a handful of reference experiments or simulations.
Global Biotechnology Insights
Dec 14, 2017
IDTechEx Show! USA 2017 IDTechEx opening Cornerstone

IDTechEx Show! USA 2017 IDTechEx opening Cornerstone

Raghu Das introduced the technologies covered and an introduction to the IDTechEx Show! USA 2017
IDTechEx Research Subscribers
Report on IDTechEx Show! USA 2017

Report on IDTechEx Show! USA 2017

The following article summarises some of the key observations made by IDTechEx analysts during the IDTechEx Show! It contains details of many of the companies demonstrating products during the exhibition, notable presentations given and summaries of relevant conversations and recent updates.
Global Biotechnology Insights
Dec 11, 2017
FDA approves first digital pill

FDA approves first digital pill

FDA approves Abilify MyCite, a pill with a sensor that digitally tracks if patients have ingested their medication
Global Biotechnology Insights
Dec 8, 2017
New research in AI pushes frontiers in epileptic seizure prediction

New research in AI pushes frontiers in epileptic seizure prediction

The findings, described in a paper titled 'Epileptic Seizure Prediction using Big Data and Deep Learning: Toward a Mobile System,' present new results in epileptic seizure prediction using deep learning algorithms deployed on a brain-inspired, mobile processor.
Global Biotechnology Insights
Dec 6, 2017
Researchers generate electricity from low-cost biomaterial

Researchers generate electricity from low-cost biomaterial

Mobile phone speakers and motion detectors in cars and video games may soon be powered by electricity generated from low cost and sustainable biomaterials, according to research.
Global Biotechnology Insights
Dec 26, 2017
Bioelectronic medicine to treat lupus

Bioelectronic medicine to treat lupus

Researchers are conducting a clinical trial to evaluate the efficacy of bioelectronic medicine to treat pain associated with lupus, a chronic and potentially fatal autoimmune disease affecting upwards of 5 million people around the world.
Global Biotechnology Insights
Dec 22, 2017
Needle-free drug injector gets commercialization deal

Needle-free drug injector gets commercialization deal

MIT spinout Portal Instruments has now landed a commercialization deal for a smart, needle-free injection device that could reduce the pain and anxiety associated with needle injections, shorten administration time, and improve patient adherence.
Global Biotechnology Insights
Dec 21, 2017
Scientists make research 'jelly' grow more like biological tissues

Scientists make research 'jelly' grow more like biological tissues

Scientists from Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU Singapore) and Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) have found a way to direct the growth of hydrogel, a jelly-like substance, to mimic plant or animal tissue structure and shapes.
Global Biotechnology Insights
Dec 19, 2017
Scientists modify CRISPR to epigenetically treat diabetes

Scientists modify CRISPR to epigenetically treat diabetes

Salk scientists have created a new version of the CRISPR/Cas9 genome editing technology that allows them to activate genes without creating breaks in the DNA, potentially circumventing a major hurdle to using gene editing technologies to treat human diseases.
IDTechEx Research Subscribers
A report from BIOMEDevice San Jose 2017

A report from BIOMEDevice San Jose 2017

2017 marked BIOMEDevice's tenth year showcasing devices that provide innovative solutions to current day problems in human health. IDTechEx analyst Dr Alexis Karandrea attended. Held this year in San Jose, the conference featured an expo alongside a number of talks on various subjects related to medical devices.
Global Biotechnology Insights
Dec 14, 2017
Revolutionizing electronics using Kirigami

Revolutionizing electronics using Kirigami

A research team has developed an ultrastretchable bioprobe using Kirigami designs. The Kirigami-based bioprobe enables one to follow the shape of spherical and large deformable biological samples such as heart and brain tissues.
Global Biotechnology Insights
Dec 11, 2017
Biosensors move to the point of care... and beyond

Biosensors move to the point of care... and beyond

The glucose sensing industry will be a $12bn market by 2027, making up a large chunk of the $33bn market for biosensors expected in the same year. Wearable sensors today are making larger and larger market penetration, with more than 50 countries now offering glucose sensors free to the user.
Global Biotechnology Insights
Dec 8, 2017
Engineers 3-D print a "living tattoo"

Engineers 3-D print a "living tattoo"

New technique 3-D prints programmed cells into living devices for first time.
Global Biotechnology Insights
Dec 7, 2017
electroCore completes $70 million series B funding round

electroCore completes $70 million series B funding round

electroCore, a U.S.-based bioelectronic medicine healthcare company advancing better patient therapies through superior approaches to neuromodulation, has announced it completed its Series B financing that has brought in just over $70 million of capital to the company.
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