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Touch Surgery today at “Gadget Show Live” officially announced worldwide reach with users in all 206 UN recognised countries and territories. The platform is the largest and fastest growing community of surgeons learning and rehearsing operations digitally. Additionally, Touch Surgery… Read more →
Neuroplasticity allows our brains to process new kinds of information that we normally can’t. Blind people who use echolocation to navigate are a perfect example of this. Researchers at Rice University are hoping that the same can work for deaf… Read more →
Hyperspectral imaging (HSI) has long been confined to laboratory use and expensive applications. This is changing now, thanks to the advent of fast, compact, user-friendly and low-cost hyperspectral cameras based on a revolutionary hyperspectral sensor monolithically integrated on a CMOS… Read more →
We might have started off in the water, but humans have evolved to be extremely efficient walkers, with a walk in the park being, well, a walk in the park. Human locomotion is so efficient that many wondered whether it… Read more →
Scientists have developed tiny nanoneedles that have successfully prompted parts of the body to generate new blood vessels, in a trial in mice.
The researchers, from Imperial College London and Houston Methodist Research Institute in the USA, hope their nanoneedle… Read more →