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Researchers have succeeded in producing magnesium scaffolds with structured porosity that are suitable for bioresorbable bone implants
 
ETH Zurich | 26.08.2019
Image credit: Laboratory of Metal Physics and Technology/Complex Materials/ETH Zurich


CRISPR-Cas: for the very first time, a new method uses biotechnology to influence entire gene networks in one single step
 
ETH Zurich | 14.08.2019
Image credit: ETH Zurich/Carlo Cosimo Campa

Computational electrodynamics, an optical microscopy technique that can predict and quantify cancer risks at extremely early stages
 
Argonne National Laboratory | 08.08.2019
Image credit: Vadim Backman, Northwestern University

Researchers are hoping to accelerate the use of artificial intelligence to improve medical decision-making
 
MIT CSAIL | 05.08.2019
Image credit: courtesy of the researchers


How a revolutionary technique got people with spinal-cord injuries back on their feet
 
Nature | 31.07.2019
Image credit: Luke Sharrett for Nature

A noninvasive hydration sensor that is based on the same technology as MRI, but, unlike MRI scanners, it can fit in a doctor’s office
 
MIT | 24.07.2019
Image credit: Lina Colucci, Andrew Hall

Scientists have developed an artificial heart valve made of silicone, which is created in several steps using 3D printers
 
ETH Zurich | 23.07.2019
Image credit: Fergal Coulter/ETH Zurich


MIT engineers 3-D-print stretchy mesh, with customized patterns designed to be flexible yet strong, for use in ankle and knee braces
 
MIT | 19.06.2019
Image credit: Felice Frankel

EPFL’s Blue Brain Project releases first-ever digital 3D mouse brain cell atlas
 
EPFL | 28.11.2018
Image credit: BBP/EPFL

A new hydrogel that naturally adheres to soft tissue like cartilage and the meniscus
 
EPFL | 21.11.2018
Image credit: 2018 EPFL


A noninvasive way of delivering drugs to within a few millimeters of a desired point in the brain
 
Stanford University | 07.11.2018
Image credit: Qian Zhong and Raag Airan

Scientists used nanoscale 3D printing to create tiny robots that can travel through your eye to deliver drugs
 
Science | 07.11.2018
Image credit: Science Advances (2018)

TWIICE, a lower-limb exoskeleton that can help paraplegics walk again, is a step towards independence
 
EPFL | 06.11.2018
Image credit: LSRO/EPFL


A very small magnetic steerable catheter for minimally invasive surgery
 
ETH Zürich | 30.10.2018
Image credit: ETH Zürich/Industry Relations

Microfluidics systems inside individual fibers may open up new possibilities for medical screening
 
MIT | 29.10.2018
Image credit: MIT researchers

Miniaturized electronic platform for the stimulation and recording of peripheral nerve fibers on a chip
 
EPFL | 23.10.2018
Image credit: Florent-Valéry Cohen 2018


Computer model predicts how different protein sequences will interact with the target
 
MIT | 15.10.2018
Image credit: Group6-3

3-D tissue model replicates the motor neuron connections affected by amyotrophic lateral sclerosis
 
MIT | 10.10.2018
Image credit: Tatsuya Osaki/MIT

Super-resolution microscopy creates 3D reconstructions from single-color 2D images of protein complexes
 
EPFL | 04.10.2018
Image credit: Christian Sieben/EPFL