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Exactech buys Muvr

Exactech Acquires Medical Wearables Pioneer Muvr To Help Surgeons Better With Joint Replacement Patients

Exactech, a developer and producer of innovative implants, instrumentation and smart technologies for joint replacement surgery, announced the acquisition of Muvr Labs Inc, a pioneer in intelligent patient wearables and […]
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Light-Powered Chip Delivers Smarter AI

Researchers Develop New Light-Powered Chip That Delivers Smarter AI

Researchers have developed artificial intelligence technology that brings together imaging, processing, machine learning and memory in one electronic chip, powered by light. Read more Will Combined Power of 5G and […]
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Light photon to Power medical implants

South Korean Researchers Develop Method To Wirelessly Power Medical Implants Using Light

Medical implants, such as pacemakers offer additional advantages for the patient. They’ve had a significant impact on healthcare, especially on the long-term management of chronic conditions. But, to power these […]
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MRI Implant

Researchers Develop MRI Implant to Detect Light and Electric Fields Inside Brain

Researchers usually study brain function by monitoring two types of electromagnetism: electric fields and light. Currently, the most accurate way to monitor electrical activity in the brain is by inserting […]
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Glucose powered implants

Washington University Researchers Use Glucose as Power Source for Medical Implants

Popular health wearables such as smartwatches or implanted medical devices and patches typically require batteries which need to be recharged. Now, researchers at Washington State University have found a method […]
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