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Overcome  pressure sensing challenges in your medical device with fiber optic Overcome pressure sensing challenges in your medical device with fiber optic

Measuring pressure or temperature reliably in the body can be challenging, especially for devices deployed in harsh, constrained, or sensitive conditions such as in the heart or brain. Radiation (EM/RF/MR/MW) renders electrical sensing technologies incapable of performing accurate measurements. Find out how to overcome these challenges with 2nd generation fiber optic technology!

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    Trinity bioengineers take crucial step towards mending a broken heart Precision Machined Ceramics for Implants
 
Ceramics offer many benefits for parts implanted in the human body.

Some of these application can be orthopedic due to their wear resistance and chemical imperviousness.

Additionally, technical ceramics are non-magnetic and can be non-thrombogenic which makes them beneficial for applications where there is blood contact.

 
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   New wireless technology remotely activates specific brain circuits in under one secondNew wireless technology remotely activates specific brain circuits in under one second
 
A research team led by Rice University neuroengineers has created wireless technology to remotely activate specific brain circuits in fruit flies in under one second.
 
 Using CRISPR technology to successfully prevent and treat SARS-CoV-2 infections
 
Using CRISPR technology to successfully prevent and treat SARS-CoV-2 infectionsIn what is believed to be a first, a research team led by Duke Health has demonstrated a way to use CRISPR technology to successfully prevent and treat COVID infections.
 
 
 Using mobile and wearable proprietary technologies to remotely monitor Parkinson’s disease symptoms
 
Using mobile and wearable proprietary technologies to remotely monitor Parkinson’s disease symptomsParkinson's Disease affects 10 million people worldwide and its symptoms include tremors in the fingers and hands, small handwriting, loss of smell, walking difficulties, dizziness, and others.
 
 
 Immuno-infrared sensor identifies Alzheimer's disease in the blood up to 17 years in advance
 
Immuno-infrared sensor identifies Alzheimer's disease in the blood up to 17 years in advanceA sensor identifies misfolded protein biomarkers in the blood. This offers a chance to detect Alzheimer's disease before any symptoms occur. Researchers intend to bring it to market maturity.
 
 
 New study to investigate focused ultrasound's role in addressing neurofibromatosis type 2
 
New study to investigate focused ultrasound's role in addressing neurofibromatosis type 2The Focused Ultrasound Foundation and the Children's Tumor Foundation (CTF) have established a partnership to advance innovative, noninvasive treatments in pediatrics.
 
 
 Using deep-learning architecture to identify rare, life-threatening disorders from fetal ultrasound scans
 
Using deep-learning architecture to identify rare, life-threatening disorders from fetal ultrasound scansArtificial intelligence is poised to play a truly transformative role in global health care. The convergence of medicine and AI might eventually prove to be more impactful than the unraveling of the genome.