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Ultrasound Technology for Amputees

Ultrasound Technology for Amputees

Ultrasound Technology Helps Amputees Gain Control of Prosthetics ​George Mason University researchers are developing cutting-edge ultrasound technology thanks to new research funded by the National Science Foundation and the Department of Defense. The technology will be used to help amputees gain control of prosthetics. ​Mason Engineering’s Department of Bioengineering associate professor Siddhartha Sikdar stated, “Our… Continue Reading

Smart Bandage

Smart Bandage

A New Medical Development that Changes the Way We Heal ​A team effort by researchers from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Harvard Medical School, and MIT culminated in a revolutionary new breakthrough that could result in faster healing of chronic wounds. ​The researchers developed a bandage which consists of electrically conductive fibers. Each bandage’s fibers are… Continue Reading

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