Physicians and 3D printing manufacturers are successfully using biomaterials to print splints, tissue scaffolds and other devices that grow and bend with a patient, and in some cases are even saving lives.
A Fitbit worn by a 42-year-old man who arrived in a Camden, N.J., emergency room with an irregular heartbeat, supplied critical data that allowed doctors to shock the man's heart back into a normal rhythm without risking a stroke.
The arrival of the Zika virus in the U.S. is raising questions. Will it affect business travel? Will it hurt recruiting in affected regions? Does it pose supply chain problems? The answer may be yes to all those questions.
There are over 1,400 remotely exploitable flaws in Pyxis SupplyStation systems; many of those vulnerabilities, ICS-CERT warned, "an attacker with low skill would be able to exploit." The vulnerabilities are in seven third-party...
New wireless technology makes it possible for monkeys to control a robotic wheelchair using just their thoughts -- without the need to be hooked up via EEG electrodes on the scalp to a connected computer.