Scientists at the Ural Federal University have solved the problem of synthesizing enzymefree electrocatalytic sensors for quantitative determination of glucose.
Stanisa Raspopovic is the 2021 grand prize winner of the Science & PINS Prize for Neuromodulation, for his work developing neurorobotic lower limb prostheses that can communicate critical sensory information back to the wearer.
UBC researchers have developed a method for monitoring bacterial responses to antibiotics in health-care settings that opens the door to personalized antibiotic therapy for patients.
Sepsis refers to a systemic (body-wide) infection accompanied by inflammation. Newborn infants are particularly susceptible to developing sepsis, given their naïve and under-developed immune system.
The challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic have stimulated innovation on several fronts. One is the development of low-cost methods of clinical diagnosis.
Human facial movements express emotions and enable nonverbal communications and physical activities like drinking and eating.
Engineers at the University of California San Diego developed a soft and stretchy ultrasound patch that can be worn on the skin to monitor blood flow through major arteries and veins deep inside a person's body.
A new study performed by researchers at the Washington State University (WSU) has helped develop a wearable device capable of detecting people’s stress, paving the way for potential interventions for people with addictions.
A new robotic neck brace from researchers at Columbia Engineering and their colleagues at Columbia's Department of Otolaryngology may help doctors analyze the impact of cancer treatments on the neck mobility of patients and guide their recovery.
An instant COVID-19 sensor made in Australia could help transform day-to-day management of the pandemic, protecting frontline workers and the wider community.