Articles Tagged with “CUTTING EDGE”

Researchers in Scotland have used stem cells to culture blood artifically

“Smart bubble wrap” could help lead to better prosthetics.

Aiming tiny bursting bubbles at tumors could pave the way for new treatments.

“Lung washing” is keeping donated lungs alive longer.

As concerns about cyber attacks on medical devices and hospital networks rise, a new system aims to detect malware intrusions.

Researchers have developed a way to coax new blood vessels to grow with a specialized bandage.

A unique shape could hold the key to repairing heart tissue.

Dialysis clinics could be a thing of the past with the development of a portable, wearable device.

On the football field and battlefield, a better way to assess concussion damage.

One research team is working to make prosthetics more practical.