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Scottish Engineer Devises Versatile Hand

...ho works with with Lothian NHS in Scotland and the inventor of the new device, points out for the first time, the artificial hand can bends its fingers to grip objects. The i-LIMB has a flexible wrist and rotating thumbs. 'And it's the first to come to the market that has bending fingers just like your ow...

Stem Cell Licensing Deal Positions Toronto as World Leader in Technology

...of Biomaterials and Biomedical Engineering, senior inventor of the technology. This is a great example of how a university can facilitate the translation of professorial research from the university laboratory to commercial reality for the benefit of the public. Currently, TRT technology is available to the...

Stand Up And Get Back To Work!

...od news for the horizontally inclined. An American inventor has come out with a machine that helps a person wa... spot at a speed of their own choosing. Says the inventor James Levine and lead author of a report entailing the use of the workstation: Along with obesity,...

Masimo SET Pulse Oximetry Technology Significantly Reduce the Risk of ROP

Masimo, the inventor of Pulse CO-Oximetry and Read-Through Motion and Low Perfusion pulse oximetry, reported that a new independent study presented at the Pediatric Academic Societies' (PAS) Annual Meeting in Toronto, Canada earlier this month showed that switching to ...

Disaster Balloons can Be Used to Keep Communication Intact During Calamities

A US based inventor has proposed a balloon based communication system that will automatically inflate and launch whenever a natural disaster strikes or seems imminent . Communication systems are always vulnerable to natural disasters like earthquakes, hurricanes or vo...

New Technique Helps Ultrasound Produce Cute Baby Image

...eported the online edition of New Scientist. The inventor has filed a US patent application for the technology. Source-Eurekalert/V...

NRI Doctor's R&D Model in India to Slash Cost of Drugs

...to the monopoly that there is. "I'm not only an inventor of medicines - I'm an end user. We have become so completely dependent on the big pharmaceutical industry to provide all the medicines we use. Why should we be completely dependent on them when we do all the creative stuff in the universities? "Ma...

Ukrainian Invents a Musical Condom

...the quality of the condom's sound)," he said. An inventor in the east Ukrainian city Zaporizhia, Chausovsky said he was looking for a financial backer to put his musical condom, currently in the experimental stage, into mass production. Condoms and other birth control devices are generally unpopular in Uk...

Stroke Rehabilitation Through Modified Video Games

...of electrical and computer engineering and a noted inventor of virtual rehabilitation technology. "While it's essential to keep pursuing breakthrough technologies that will initially be costly, it's just as important that we find ways to make innovative treatments accessible to the many patients who need them...

Inventor of DNA fingerprinting Wins Accolades

...frey, Royal Society Wolfson Research Professor and inventor of DNA Fingerprinting at the University of Leicester, wins prestigious// international accolade which will be awarded to him later this year. He is to be awarded the Dr H.P. Heineken Prize for Biochemistry and Biophysics 2006 by the Royal Netherland...

UK Biobank Set Up To Understand the Links between Genes, Lifestyle Environment and Illness

... Sir Alec Jeffreys of the University of Leicester, inventor of DNA fingerprinting. He said that it could end up costing much more than the £62 million price tag, which works out at £120 per person for an effort that could last many decades. The start-up phase have already begun and they plan to recruit ha...

Malaria Detecting Watch May Become A Health Hazard

...t a patient with severe malaria might require, the inventor adds. When the device detects the frequency of movement that Lubbe claims is unique to the malaria parasite, it flashes an alarm, prompting wearers to take anti-malarial medication. Edited (ANI)...

AIDS vaccine falls short but shows some promise

...ted HIV infection in humans," said Phillip Berman, inventor of the vaccine called AIDSVAX. "We're not sure yet why certain groups have a better immune response." If the numbers are certified by independent experts, it could be significant for Africa, where the epidemic is skyrocketing. But the vaccine would ...

Something to relieve the pain in your neck!

...oduct called Necprotech developed by a New Zealand inventor Darrell Poole could help// reduce neck strain by a third. The product was developed by Darrell Poole who makes clinging to a rock wall look easy, but a slip five years ago could have cost him his life. The slip happened because his belayer, the pers...

Hemopurifier may revolutionise AIDS treatment

...liliter samples of contaminated blood plasma. The inventor of the filter, Dr. Julian Ambrus, said this blood filtration could be used along with other treatment modalities like AZT and antiviral cocktails....

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