News - 10 Feb 2010
Diamonds and gold may make some hearts flutter on Valentine's Day, but in a University at Buffalo laboratory, silver nanoparticles are being designed to do just the opposite.
News - 17 May 2008
Boston Scientific Corporation today announced U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approval of its COGNIS™ cardiac resynchronization therapy defibrillator (CRT-D) and TELIGEN™...
News - 4 Oct 2010
Strategic Polymer Sciences, Inc. (SPS), an innovator in electroactive polymer (EAP) technology, received a $1 million award from the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE). U.S. Secretary of Energy Steven...
News - 6 Dec 2013
Dr. Jayant Baliga, a Distinguished University Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at North Carolina State University and founding director of the university’s Power Semiconductor...
News - 13 Sep 2017
A flexible and organic alternative to the rigid batteries used for powering medical implants has been designed by experts at Queen's University Belfast.
Devices such as defibrillators and...
News - 1 Mar 2016
Medical implants and spacecraft can suddenly go dead, often for the same reason: cracks in ceramic capacitors, devices that store electric charge in electronic circuits. These cracks, at first...
News - 25 Feb 2014
According to a new report published by Transparency Market Research "Flexible Packaging (Plastic, Paper, Aluminum Foil and Others) Market for Food & Beverages, Retail Non-Food, Pharmaceutical...
News - 23 Aug 2012
Microsemi, a company providing semiconductor solutions, has developed a new die packaging technology that will reduce the size of radio modules employed in medical implant devices by 75%.
News - 30 Oct 2012
Molex Incorporated will showcase the company’s MediSpec™ Micro-Miniature Coiling (MMC) capability designed for medical applications, including minimally invasive surgery, catheters and...
News - 9 May 2007
Researchers at the Department of Energy's Argonne National Laboratory have developed a new approach to increasing the capacity and stability of rechargeable lithium-ion batteries.