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A.I.-Enabled Insole Captures, Measures Step Info

Damiano Zanotto

An engineering lab developed an electronic shoe insole that gathers data for analysis with artificial intelligence to accurately measure a person’s gait patterns. . . . → Read More: A.I.-Enabled Insole Captures, Measures Step Info

FDA Okays MRI with Epilepsy Brain Stimulation

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A company making brain stimulation systems to treat epilepsy received regulatory clearance for MRI scans in people with its implanted devices. . . . → Read More: FDA Okays MRI with Epilepsy Brain Stimulation

Contact Lens Material Reduces Color Blindness

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An engineered ultra-thin material designed for contact lenses is shown in lab tests to help correct for a common form of color blindness. . . . → Read More: Contact Lens Material Reduces Color Blindness

Proteins from Bacteria Generate Power for Wearables

Air-gen device

A collaboration of engineers and biologists created a way of producing electric power from humidity in the air with fine wires made of proteins from bacteria. . . . → Read More: Proteins from Bacteria Generate Power for Wearables

Waste Plastic-to-Energy System Unveiled

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A company developing waste-to-energy conversion systems revealed a version of its product that converts waste plastic to heat and electric power. . . . → Read More: Waste Plastic-to-Energy System Unveiled

Infographic – More Low Orbit Satellites in Space

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According to UCS, low-earth orbit satellites — those with altitudes of 500 to 2,000 kilometers — account for two-thirds (66%) of the 2,218 systems in flight. . . . → Read More: Infographic – More Low Orbit Satellites in Space

Nerve Stimulation Tested to Prevent Migraine

gammaCore device in use

A clinical trial is underway testing a handheld non-invasive device that stimulates a major nerve in the body, as a way to prevent migraines. . . . → Read More: Nerve Stimulation Tested to Prevent Migraine

Microsoft Launches $1 Billion Climate Fund

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Microsoft Corp. plans to invest $1 billion over the next four years to create technologies for removing carbon from the atmosphere. . . . → Read More: Microsoft Launches $1 Billion Climate Fund

Protein Tags Devised to Stop Counterfeit Drugs

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A bio-engineering lab developed a tiny edible tag from natural proteins that uniquely identifies individual doses of medicines to prevent counterfeiting. . . . → Read More: Protein Tags Devised to Stop Counterfeit Drugs

Synthetic DNA Studied for Mass Data Storage

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An industry-academic consortium received a U.S. government contract to develop coded synthetic polymer chemicals like DNA for reliably storing massive amounts of data. . . . → Read More: Synthetic DNA Studied for Mass Data Storage