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Electronics that interface with biological systems

Electronics that interface with biological systems

Signalife awarded new U.S. patent

Signalife awarded new U.S. patent

New minimally invasive method of treating cancer

New minimally invasive method of treating cancer

Multiple-electrode radiofrequency ablation safe and effective way of treating patients with liver cancer

Multiple-electrode radiofrequency ablation safe and effective way of treating patients with liver cancer

Scientists create sheets of protein-gold arrays

Scientists create sheets of protein-gold arrays

Gene therapy for Parkinson's disease is safe and some patients benefit

Gene therapy for Parkinson's disease is safe and some patients benefit

Tiny electronic hearing devices

Tiny electronic hearing devices

Device to treat brain cancer shows promise

Device to treat brain cancer shows promise

Improve radiation detectors

Improve radiation detectors

New high-tech rehabilitation device helps stroke patients walk

New high-tech rehabilitation device helps stroke patients walk

Attention training is worth examining for disorders with attentional components, like ADHD

Attention training is worth examining for disorders with attentional components, like ADHD

Multitasking mental cells

Multitasking mental cells

Electroconvulsive therapy helps patients with severe depression who don't respond to other treatments

Electroconvulsive therapy helps patients with severe depression who don't respond to other treatments

Nanoparticles for 'on-the-spot' virus detector

Nanoparticles for 'on-the-spot' virus detector

Statin drugs also may help reduce risk of heart failure

Statin drugs also may help reduce risk of heart failure

Researcher aims for better understanding of human breathing disorders

Researcher aims for better understanding of human breathing disorders

Human brain may be more adept at distinguishing smells than previously thought

Human brain may be more adept at distinguishing smells than previously thought

Identifying cardiorespiratory neurocircuitry involved in central command during exercise in humans

Identifying cardiorespiratory neurocircuitry involved in central command during exercise in humans

Research demonstrates importance of smell as a means for people to gather information from their environment

Research demonstrates importance of smell as a means for people to gather information from their environment

New prosthetic limbs allow for eight degrees of freedom

New prosthetic limbs allow for eight degrees of freedom