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September 22, 2016

Silicon Valley’s War on Disease: Zuckerberg, Microsoft, Google to End Cancer and Aging

Silicon Valley is going to war against disease, cancer, aging, and perhaps even death, with advanced computing, AI and machine learning, genomics, DNA engineering, biotech and nanotech. Tech giants and mega-rich philanthropists are spending billions to permit hacking biology all the way down to DNA, and perhaps we could see breakthroughs in only a few years.

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December 10, 2015

Child With Rare Disorder Receives ‘Bionic’ Hand Made By 3D-Printer

A prosthetic hand made with 3D-printing technology has provided a functional right hand for a 6-year-old boy born with a rare disorder, according to Reuters. The boy, Lucas Abraham, showed his new “bionic” hand made for him by bioengineering students at the University of Louisville in Louisville, Ky.

Check this out! Lucas Abraham gets what he calls a "robohand" from #UofL bioengineering students. @WLKY

— Christina Mora (@ChristinaWLKY) December 9, 2015

The child noted that it’s the best Christmas gift he’s ever received during a news conference at the university. Within minutes of receiving the [...]

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November 26, 2015

Circuit Board Health Monitoring Tech Tattoos Are Already Here

Biometric tattoos do not require surgical implants.

Ben Lamm, CEO of Chaotic Moon, is understandably excited while talking about his company’s innovation. Dubbed ‘Tech Tats’, the tattoo kit, now in the prototype stage, will collect and transmit data similar to the Jawbone or Apple Watch. The tattoo, which washes off, will send data to medical staff and can also have military applications.

Eco-Friendly, Non-Invasive Platform

Lamm described the tattoo as an eco-friendly, non-invasive platform use that turns a person into a “human circuit board.”

It can monitor body temperature to detect stress-based sweat, hydration level [...]

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November 23, 2015

Interview: The Makers of a Robotic Hand That Can ‘Feel’

Human engineering is often seen as the pinnacle for technological achievement, be it the wheel, the steam engine or the space rocket. Human-engineering has also come a long way, especially in recent times. While the reality of fiction such as RoboCop is still beyond this present time, significant strides are currently being made in the field of understanding biomechanics and developing robotic biomechanics.

Research and innovation are key ingredients in innovative breakthroughs with key life-enriching applications that science and technology can bring to our lives. For instance, it was due to the endeavors of Gavriil Ilizarov, the Soviet doctor who developed the Illizarov [...]

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