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Artificial Pancreas Is First To Raise $1 Million Under New Crowdfunding Rules

MIT Technology Review - ‎vor 1 Stunde‎
A company creating an “artificial pancreas” for diabetics this week became the first startup to raise $1 million using new type of online stock sale open to the public at large.

New Guidance for Medical Device Applications to FDA

EE Times - ‎27.07.2016‎
FDA generally makes clearance or approval decisions for medical devices based on the finished device, in its packaged or sterilized form.

Lilly-backed smartphone-enabled insulin pen gets FDA nod

MobiHealthNews - ‎vor 9 Stunden‎
Companion Medical, a stealthy San Diego-based company that received funding last year from Eli Lilly and Company, has received FDA 510(k) clearance for its Bluetooth-connected smart insulin pen and associated mobile app, called InPen.

The events that led to the invention of a wireless, waterproof heart monitor

The Globe and Mail - ‎vor 20 Stunden‎
For Event Cardio Group, its plans include getting approval for its device in both the United States and Australia, and while it is focused on its NowCardio product first and foremost - aiming to have 4,000 to 6,000 patients using the product by the end ...

Medtech's Rising Stars: Adam Bender

Medical Device and Diagnostics Industry (blog) - ‎27.07.2016‎
As a mechanical engineer at device company Accuro Technologies, Bender is part of a small team developing a handheld device intended to improve the accuracy of intra-articular injections. The product idea came from sister company, Eupraxia ...

Optical spring detects single molecules

Phys.Org - ‎vor 17 Stunden‎
"The ability to detect a single molecule or nanoparticle is essential for many applications," says Wenyan Yu, a PhD student and one of the paper's authors along with photonic engineer Tao Lu of UVic, and optical engineers Wei Jiang and Qiang Lin of UR.

Batteries: Growing German sector offers many opportunities

Engineer Live - ‎27.07.2016‎
These devices are capable of recording key types of medical data, such as heart rate and exercise and they are becoming increasingly important in the medical industry where practitioners often use this data to better diagnose and treat acute medical ...

Medtech's Rising Stars: Austin Walker

Medical Device and Diagnostics Industry (blog) - ‎27.07.2016‎
A Northwestern-trained biomedical engineer, Walker was at the University of California, San Francisco with plans to become a surgeon.

Segmented for Success

Successful Meetings - ‎vor 14 Stunden‎
For pharmaceutical and medical meetings, the Hilton Chicago emphasizes benefits such as elastic menu pricing, fast RFP responses, and the ability to sort bills by attendee in order to identify per-person expenditures.

Indian American Entrepreneur Aims to Take on Female Reproductive Disorders ...

India West - ‎vor 5 Stunden‎
Tariyal, an engineer at Harvard, teamed up with former Harvard researcher Stephen Gire to develop home diagnostic technology that helps women monitor their own health and fertility - a “smart tampon” that can detect the warning signs in menstrual blood ...

Medtech's Rising Stars: Samantha Huynh

Medical Device and Diagnostics Industry (blog) - ‎27.07.2016‎
I would be lying if I said I knew I was going to be an engineer at a young age—I didn't even know what an engineer was until I started applying to colleges. I did know that I had the capabilities to sit and listen, to carefully look at a problem and ...

UBC engineer develops microneedle that takes pain out of testing

Vancouver Sun - ‎25.07.2016‎
People taking vancomycin may be tested three or four times daily by drawing blood, which is time-consuming for patients and medical staff, and painful for patients. And according to UBC research, there are at least 10 other drugs used by millions of ...

Keck Foundation Supports New Biomedical Engineering Program

CSUF News - ‎21.07.2016‎
With Orange County and the region booming with medical device manufacturers, CSUF plans to create a new program to meet the workforce demand.

Eyes in the Dark: Navy Dive Helmet Display Emerges as Game-Changer

Department of Defense - ‎27.07.2016‎
PANAMA CITY, Fla., July 27, 2016 - The once-ribbing term “four-eyes” now secures a coolness factor, thanks to a team of Navy engineers who have developed a high-resolution, see-through, heads-up display embedded directly inside a KM-37 Navy dive ...

Embedded Systems Conference (ESC) Minneapolis Announces Keynote ...

PR Newswire (press release) - ‎vor 16 Stunden‎
ESC Minneapolis is co-located with five diverse UBM Advanced Manufacturing events including Medical Design & Manufacturing (MD&M) Minneapolis, Automation Technology Expo (ATX) Minneapolis, MinnPack, PLASTEC Minneapolis, and Design & Manufacturing ...

Researchers develop mind-controlled prosthetic hand

WLS-TV - ‎27.07.2016‎
"We want to make sure this hand can accomplish anything a human hand can," said Brock Wester, a biomedical engineer at Johns Hopkins University. From the wrist right down to the spongy tips of the prosthetic ... The participant was not missing a hand ...

Clemson scientists awarded $1.57 million grant to study infections on medical ...

The Times and Democrat - ‎27.07.2016‎
“Bacterial colonization of medical implants is a major cause of device failure and often requires device removal coupled with long-term antibiotic treatment,” said Anker, associate professor of chemistry in Clemson University's College of Science, with ...

Using high amplitude sound waves, the researchers generated an acoustic ...

Daily Star Gazette - ‎vor 9 Stunden‎
Marzo, who began working on this project a year ago, noted that a traditional acoustic levitation had already been done at Bristol with two sound devices facing each other to surround the particle, but his challenge was to attain levitation with just ...

Design for life: a graduate's journey from Liverpool John Moores to Owen Mumford

The Engineer - ‎27.07.2016‎
Recent Product Design Engineering graduate Rosie Hutt, now a Junior Design Engineer at Owen Mumford, talks to The Student Engineer about graduating from Liverpool John Moores University and entering into the engineering industry.

The Internet Of Tiny Things: What Lurks Inside

Dark Reading - ‎27.07.2016‎
... and passive WiFi attacks can be conducted using a cheap and self-contained device like a phone charger. Passive attacks listen for unencrypted WiFi communication, which the majority of public hotspots are configured for.