Technology

A Bachelor’s Guide To Tissue Engineering and The Inherent Dilemma

I am pursuing a Common European Joint Master’s Degree in Biomedical Engineering with specialization in Tissue Engineering at RWTH Aachen ...
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Virtual Reality For Women Empowerment

Virtual Reality Is Empowering Women: Here Is How

"What does it feel like to be hungry on the streets of LA?Nonny de la Peña,the Founder of Emblematic Group ...
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The Future Of Stem Cell Research In India

"You may call those scientists 'crazy' when they claim to have found the panacea for the treatment of autism, diabetes ...
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5 Ways To Repair The Heart Muscle Damage

1. Cell Sheets 2. Cell Injection 3. Cells Embedded In A Hydrogel 4. Cells Seeded Onto A Scaffold Cells Seeded ...
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Applications of Mechanical Engineering in Biomedical Engineering

Biomedical Engineering is an interdisciplinary area of study. I was fascinated by the enormous potential of mechanical engineering in medical ...
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Nanobots: When Nanofiction Met Nanoscience

The nanoprobes assimilating various species in the movie Star Trek: The Next Generation may give goosebumps or nightmare. How can ...
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Neuromarketing: Pressing Your Buy Button

It was a Sunday night and on the stage was a famous director receiving Oscar Award. In his thanks-giving speech, ...
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10 Exoskeletons to Suit Up

Tony Stark’s J.A.R.V.I.S. (Just A Rather Very Intelligent System) brings home the possibility of designing an intelligent exoskeleton. The latest ...
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Phineas Gage: The Favorite Patient Of Neuroscientists

The human brain is like a Pandora Box. Despite the advances in Medical Imaging techniques like fMRI, the functions of ...
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Chronic Wound

Wounds That Never Heal: Can Internet of Things (IoT) Help?

Tumors are wounds that do not heal.                       -Harold Dvorak Death ...
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