A new study from the Beckman Institute for Advanced Science and Technology describes how existing infrared technology can be adapted to measure recognition memory and other cognitive outcomes in infants.
A novel system that preserves the condition of donor organs for longer, is easy to transport and affordable, has been developed by a Newcastle University and Newcastle Hospitals Trust spin-out, ScubaTx.
The Norwegian competitive athlete Birgit Skarstein is known in Norway for her participation in an expedition for the Lars Monsen TV series "Uten Grenser" (a remake of BBC's Beyond Boundaries). She is paralyzed from the waist down as the result of an accident.
The study of children's interactions with robots was carried out at the Norwegian research fair held in every major city. It is an annual national event where children gain insight into science and what researchers do.
Necrotizing enterocolitis (NEC) is a life-threatening intestinal disease of prematurity. Characterized by sudden and progressive intestinal inflammation and tissue death, it affects up to 11,000 premature infants in the United States annually, and 15-30% of affected babies die from NEC.
Nanotronics today announced the formation of Nanotronics Health, LLC, a healthcare technology company whose mission is to create urgently needed medical devices that are accessible, affordable, easy to use, and intelligently designed.
An early blood test could detect which babies deprived of oxygen at birth are at risk of serious neurodisabilities like cerebral palsy and epilepsy.
Inspired by the pandemic, Brain Navi developed a new robot to perform nasal swab tests autonomously to prevent cross infections so we can save the medical system and reestablish economies.
A new technique that can spot a potential preterm birth in asymptomatic high-risk women, with up to 73% accuracy months before delivery, has been developed by scientists at the University of Warwick.
A world-leading University of Waterloo spinoff company, that decodes blood samples for potential treatments for illnesses like cancer and COVID-19, is expanding operations with the help of a $5-million USD investment.
An optical fiber made of agar has been produced at the University of Campinas (UNICAMP) in the state of São Paulo, Brazil.
For years, Stäubli Electrical Connectors has been successfully providing a range of connector solutions that combine high-quality power, signal, data, pneumatic and fluid connections in a single modular connector system known as CombiTac.The CombiTac system offers customers worldwide a compact and space-saving modular connector solution that can be adapted and customized to meet exact dimensional and technical requirements, and guarantees a safe and steady performanceeven under the most demanding mechanical and environmental conditions.
Online tools and assessments can help speed up diagnosis of autism spectrum disorder (ASD), the first comprehensive survey of research in the field has concluded.