Wednesday, May 23, 2018

Reveal What’s Next For 3D-Printing In Healthcare

Jimmie Beacham, who runs GE Healthcare’s Advanced Manufacturing Lab in Waukesha, Wisconsin, received an unusual request a year ago. One of his colleagues asked...

Arriving Early: 12 Weeks Premature. 45 Days In The NICU. 1...

In September 2017, Natalie Ray was 28 weeks pregnant with her second child when she felt a pain beneath her rib cage. She assumed...

Game Changer: How 1 Doctor Is Using A $10 Video Game...

One day last spring at a hospital in North Carolina, Dr. Joshua Broder prepared to examine a 7-month-old patient while she slept in her...

Future Perfect: South Of Boston, GE Is Helping Build The City...

During World War II, the Weymouth Naval Aviation Station, just 10 miles south of Boston, was home base for 12 military blimps that protected...

AI Healthcare Expert: Doctors And Machines Make A Brilliant Match

It’s kind of a no-brainer that Dr. Keith Dreyer would be among those who lead the advance of artificial intelligence into healthcare. Dreyer is...

Smash Hit: Why Ceramics May Be The Hottest New Material For...

People have used ceramics to protect their hands from hot liquids for ages. But as anyone who’s ever dropped a coffee mug on the...

The Heat Camera Is On: Retailers Turn To Sensors For Insight

Online retailers have been tracking their customers and their web habits with cookies for years. No wonder their brick-and-mortar rivals are looking for new...

Drones, Bots And Flying Cars: Inside Duke’s Lab That Helps Humans...

“When you’re flying a plane, you’re not actually flying a plane,” Mary Cummings, professor at Duke’s Pratt School of Engineering, says. “A computer’s flying...

Bone Machine: 3D Printing Is Revolutionizing Plastic Surgery

At first glance, the line of cheerfully colored plastic skulls atop professor Laurent Lantieri’s bookshelf might be out-of-season Halloween decorations. But a closer look...