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Special Glasses Help Surgeons 'See' Cancer by sciencedaily: A fluorescent marker injected into the patient and special lighting made cancer cells glow blue when viewed with the technology. The lighter the shade of blue, the more concentrated the cancer cells are. Tumors as small as 1mm in diameter can be detected. Image by Robert Boston, Washington University School of Medicine #Medical_Technology #Biomedical_Optics #Cancer

Special Glasses Help Surgeons 'See' Cancer: A fluorescent marker injected into the patient and special lighting made cancer cells glow blue when viewed with the technology. The lighter the shade of blue, the more concentrated the cancer cells are.

Shawn Kelly, a senior systems scientist at Carnegie Mellon University, has developed a computer chip that translates camera images into electrical pulses that the nerves inside the brain can understand. The result is vision.

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Created by student designer Jack Martinich from Monash University, Australia, the Mobi Electric Folding Wheelchair is a brand new reinterpretation of what wheelchairs for seniors should look and feel like. Around the world, the aging population that uses

iBGStar device will allow Diabetics to manage their condition on their iphone.   blood glucose monitor attaches to your iphone

The Sanofi iBGStar blood glucose monitor, which connects directly into the Apple iPhone and iPod touch, allows people with insulin-dependent diabetes to manage the blood glucose levels (links to technology)

Scientists have created a revolutionary new electronic membrane that could replace pacemakers, fitting over a heart to keep it beating regularly over an indefinite period of time.

Membrane that can keep your heart pumping forever and possibly prevent heart attacks. The membrane has been proven to work on a rabbit heart. Researchers say it should be available for humans in the next years

Temporary tattoos can detect electrical signals linked with brain waves, and incorporate solar cells for power and antennas that allow them to communicate wirelessly or receive energy. Other elements can be added as well, like thermal sensors to monitor skin temperature and light detectors to analyze blood oxygen levels. (february 2013)

Temporary tattoos could make electronic telepathy and telekinesis possible Temporary electronic tattoos could soon help people fly drones with only thought and talk seemingly telepathically without.