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wearables treat antibiotic resistant infections

New Wearable Device Treats Antibiotic-Resistant Infections And Wounds

There is a rise in antibiotic-resistant infections worldwide. Antibiotics are given to patients to kill germs called bacteria. However, over time, certain groups of these germs may adapt to these medicines in such a way that antibiotics can′t kill them. These germs can grow and spread. They can cause infections that are hard to treat. […]
Imec smart contact lens

Smart Contact Lens Mimics Human Iris to Combat Vision Disorders

A collaboration between Imec, a Belgian research institution, Ghent University, Spain’s Instituto de Investigación Sanitaria Fundación Jiménez Díaz, and Holst Centre in The Netherlands, has led to the development of an artificial iris embedded in a smart contact lens. The smart contact lens is designed for people who suffer from human eye iris deficiencies like […]
Wearable cardiac devices market

Wearable Cardiac Devices Market Worth USD 6.4 Billion By 2026, According To Global Market...

The growing adoption of wearable technology across the healthcare sector will drive the global wearable cardiac devices market share, according to a new report by Global Market Insights Inc. In the report, the wearable cardiac devices market was valued at more than $1.2bn in 2019 and is likely to expand at a healthy CAGR of […]
Silicone 3D printing for wearables

Silicone 3D Printing Paving The Way for Soft Robotics And Wearables

Researches in the medical field are causing a rise in wearables and soft robotics. Recent research published in Nature explains how soft materials can be fabricated with micron resolution for complex systems like robotics and next-generation wearables. Additive manufacturing has a wide range of applications and addresses many challenges inherited from conventional molding techniques such […]
Electronic Skin Senses Pain

Artificial Electronic Skin Senses Pain, Temperature As Fast As Human Skin

Researchers at RMIT University in Australia have developed electronic artificial skin that reacts to pain just like human skin. The wearable sticker-like device can clear the way for better prosthetics, smarter robotics and noninvasive alternatives to skin grafts, according to a news release. The device mimics the body’s near-instant feedback response and can react to […]
Micro LEDs for Wearables

Scientists Develop Micro LEDs That Can Be Used In Bendable, Wearable Electronics

Researchers at UT Dallas and their international colleagues have developed a method to create micro LEDs that can be folded, twisted, cut and stuck to different surfaces. Their invention helps pave the way for the next generation of flexible, wearable technology. Read more Georgia Tech Research On Flexible Electronics Shows Promise For Spinal Injury Therapies […]