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Alya Red – A Large Scale Simulator of the Human Heart [VIDEO]

Here’s a video that explains the scientific background of the computational cardiac model of the heart, also some of the intriguing scientific visualizations of simulations using a rabbit heart.

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How to Cure Blindness with Optogenetics?

Retrosense is developing a treatment in which other cells in the retina could take the place of the rods and cones, cells which convert light into electrical signals.

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Smart Sutures & Growing Cyborg Tissues gets Embedded Nanoelectronics

With this technology, for the first time, we can work at the same scale as the unit of biological system without interrupting it. Cool?

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Scientists Convert a 53,000-Word Book Into DNA – Pros & Cons

Turning an e-book into DNA? Bioengineers have shown they can decode the DNA to re-create the book

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Top 5 Innovations by NASA in Biomedical Engineering

Sending robots to other planets and controlling from Earth doesn’t give you anything? Well, its not true. Let us look at contributions of NASA in the healthcare field:

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Top 50 Medical Imaging & Radiology Companies in the United States

I came across this list of companies pioneering radiology technology in United States. Hope, this link is helpful.

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3D Printer Creates ‘Magic Arms’ For Two-Year-Old Girl

Thanks to a tiny exoskeleton that was made possible by 3D printing, a toddler with a rare congenital disorder has been given the gift of movement.

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A Thought-Provoking Futuristic Concept ― ‘Sight’ [VIDEO]

Have you ever thought about biomedical advances in the field of robotics and vision in next 10 years or so? You gotta see this then.

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How a 17-year-old Girl Built Artificial ‘Brain’ to Detect Breast Cancer?

17-year-old Brittany Wenger wins a grand prize at the second annual Google Science Fair for her project on improving breast cancer diagnosis accuracy using artificial neural networks.

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How Can We Make X-rays Safer Using Moth Eye-inspired Technology

Its amazing to see that Moths’ eyes can inspire the the development of nanoscale materials that could reduce radiation dosages received by patients being X-rayed and improve the resolution of the resulting images.

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