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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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EnableTalk: Gloves That Translate Sign Language Into Speech [VIDEO]

Ukrainian students invent gloves that convert sign language into speech. Will it bridge the language gap that separates hearing from non-hearing culture?

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How Knee-joint Movements Can Be Used Generate Electricity?

Have you ever thought of making use of the large change in angle by your knee when you walk with a piezoelectric device will convert knee movement into electric current?

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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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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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Mini Project Explained: Emotional Stress Indicator (ESI) Kit

After hundreds of queries related to this biomedical instrumentation mini project. I’ll be generous to give you a direct download link for the mini project report in .docx format. So, please avoid blatant plagiarism..

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Displaying Real-time EEG Using MindWave & MATLAB

Jacob Bollinger, a cognitive neuroscientist at UCSF uploaded a video testing various devices for displaying his real time electroencephalograms (EEG). He finally shows it by using Neurosky Mindwave and MATLAB ….

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Smart Wheelchairs Powered by an XBox 360 Controller and Voice Commands

I just discovered a latest biomedical research project video from Case Western Reserve University where roboticists are working on a new kind of smart wheelchair that allows a joystick (an Xbox controller) and voice commands to guide patients on the wheelchair.

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A Low-cost Infant Warmer for Developing Nations

Around 20 million low birth weight and premature babies are born each year, and almost 450 of them die every hour. Did you get a heartache ? Stanford graduates have invented a Low-cost Embrace Infant Warmer. Lets explore this innovation…

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How to Diagnose Stroke using a Head-worn Biomedical Device

So, here is a new biomedical innovation which offers quick detection, diagnosis and monitoring of stroke. Kudos to a team of radiologists and retired US Navy sonar experts that made it possible using technology developed for submarines.

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