Medical Electronics

Medical Electronics

Neurons on Chip

Neurons on Chip: On A way to unfold Neuron Circuits Mystery

As current comprises of electron similarly our thoughts comprise of neurons in the brain. The formation of these neuron circuits in brain, are still...

Are you healthy enough? Now Wireless Signals to decide

We've long known that breathing, blood pressure, body temperature, and pulse provide an important window into the complexities of human health. But a growing...

Monitor your breath issues with help of Optical Fiber

The name of optical fiber takes us to the world of telecommunication but soon it will assist us for monitoring breath related issues. Now...
Wireless Electronic device

Power Wireless Electronic device inside body

Electronic devices are savior of our life but they do need power supply to operate within body. Ingestible devices comes with their own constraints...
AVX Corporation

AVX ‘s New Medical Device Development Facility to cater Medical Applications

AVX Corporation, a leading manufacturer and supplier of passive components and interconnect solutions, has added a new medical device development facility to its corporate...
thermoelectric assemblies

Laird’s Thermoelectrics Offer Lower Cost of Ownership in Medical Laser Cooling Applications

Global technology leader Laird has designed and manufactured thermoelectric modules (TEMs) and thermoelectric assemblies (TEAs) that keep laser optics stable and at peak operating performance by...
3D Printed Soft Robotics

Aussie Varsity Researchers Develops BCI Based Realistic 3D Printed Prosthetic Hand

Researchers at the University of Wollogong (UOW) in Australia, working on soft robotics, have developed a 3D printed a realistic robotic hand, that is...

Opening the channel between Human Brain and Modern Electronics

Imagine a life where we communicate with our smartphones and computers simply by using our minds or turning on the lights at home just...
motor neuron disease

Brain-Computer Interface Detects Patient’s Thoughts and Responses

A non-invasive brain-computer interface detects completely locked-in patients’ responses by measuring changes in blood oxygen levels in the brain. With a goal of allowing patients...