Tag Archives: Biological engineering

05May/21

Harvard University licenses its nasal swab collection technology, developed at the Wyss Institute and Harvard Medical School, to Mass. startup Rhinostics

The Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering at Harvard University and Harvard Medical School (HMS) and the Massachusetts-based startup Rhinostics announced today that the University’s sample collection swab and high-throughput automation technologies have been licensed to Rhinostics. Continue reading

05Apr/21

New Animal-Free Solutions Join the Molecular Farming Revolution

Moolec Science is a global Ag-Foodtech company with the purpose of improving the affordability of animal-free food solutions. Moolec’s technological platform is based on Molecular Farming, a hybrid approach to plant and cell-based production technologies for alternative proteins. Continue reading

24Nov/15

Wearable tech to decode sign language

Biomedical engineers are developing a wearable technology capable of sensing the muscle movements used during sign language and translating them into English speech. Continue reading

20Jul/15

Chimaera device paves way for wireless pain relief

CAMBRIDGE, ENGLAND, UK (REUTERS) – A new prototype surgical device – called Chimaera – aims to put wireless pain management into patients’ hands.
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26May/15

Amputees control bionic legs with their thoughts

Mind-bending technology allows amputees to control their bionic prosthetic limbs with their thoughts. Amy Pollock reports.
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