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Wireless, Implantable Interface Lets Monkeys Control Computers With Their Brains
Brown University researchers invented a small, rechargeable implant that can let subjects move freely.
83-Year-Old Woman Gets the World’s First 3-D Printed Jaw Transplant
A titanium jaw, made to order
Implant Micro-Worms Under Your Skin To Monitor Your Long-Term Health
New nanotube “microworms” could lead to new types of embeddable biological sensors or drug-delivery systems, according to researchers in Boston....
Glucose Biofuel Cell Tested, Could Power Devices From the Body’s Chemistry
Glucose powers the cells in our bodies, and it may soon power the implantable devices we place in there as...
An Ultrasound Encryption Scheme Makes Artificial Organs Hack-Proof
Implantable medical devices have improved the quality of life for many with conditions like arrhythmia or chronic heart failure, but...
The Drug Pumper
He builds under-the-skin chips that deliver drugs straight into the blood