Archive | February, 2012

How Jose Delgado Controlled People with Brain Implants [HISTORY]

Jose Manuel Rodriguez Delgado is referred to one of the cartoonishly evil mad scientists of all time. This Spanish Professor of Physiology at Yale University wanted to create a mind control device.

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Google Science Fair 2011: EEG & Prosthetics Biomedical Project

Looking for an engineering mini project? Here’s 15-year-old Anand Srinivasan with his EEG & Prosthetics Project at Google Science Fair 2011..

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Nike Performance Rubber Sole for Prosthetic Running Blades

Nike and Össur accepted a challenge and worked with one-legged triathlete Sarah Reinertsen, to create the equivalent of a shoe that could be used with the blades, thereby resulting into a breakthrough running Nike Sole.

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Top Facebook Memes Pages of Universities Getting Viral [LIST]

When it comes to universities a lot of students find this trend as a perfect platform to voice their issues, concerns or ideas for situations that happen around campus. Here’s the list …

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World’s First ‘Heartless’ Man – No Pulse. No Heartbeat

A mindboggling success story of 2 doctors who replaced a dying man’s heart with a device— proving that it is possible for your body to be kept alive without a heart.

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An Electronic Suit To Treat Nervous System Disorders [VIDEO]

‘Elektrodress’ is an electronic suit for patients suffering from various nerve disorders using electronic muscle stimulation (EMS) and vibration therapy.

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Convert Videos to 170+ media formats using Movavi Video Converter

Video conversion process can be as simple as brewing a cup of coffee using a great utility — Movavi Video Converter

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How To Monitor Hospitalized Patients for Recurrent Strokes in Real-time?

A new head patch by Mayo Clinic, which watches strokes simply by shining light onto a patient’s forehead. No harmful CT perfusion scans now?

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3D Printing: World’s First Complete Lower Jaw Implant

So, here’s a latest case of an 83-year-old British woman recently underwent the first-ever custom transplant of a lower jaw made by a 3D printer. Revolutionary?

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RESPeRATE – Only FDA-cleared Biomedical Device to Lower Hypertension

The concept used in RESPeRATE is simple and effective, its a nice device to monitor breathing and lower blood-pressure.

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