The smart patch could replace some of the 4.2 billion chemical-based patches sold for pain relief every year.
Edible sensors made out of materials like gelatin do their job and then dissolve in the body.
The move could help millions of motor neuron disease sufferers.
Face replicas made with 3-D printers improve surgical planning, which ultimately makes the surgery much shorter.
Tiny laser-like devices offer a new way to destroy cancer cells at the source.
Tiny clusters of human gastric tissue are helping to advance research on cancer, ulcers and diabetes.
Three months after surgery, Darek Fidyka was able to take his first steps with the aid of parallel bars and leg braces.
There aren’t any robots prepared to tackle an immediate Ebola crisis, even though autonomous machines would be immensely valuable.
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