This year's World Cup was kicked off, literally, by a mind-controlled exoskeleton worn by a man who is paralyzed from the waist down.
MIT's Networks group demonstrates remote monitoring that can capture breathing patterns and heart rate, even capturing information through walls.
eNeura has won FDA clearance since the making of this video.
eNeura's SpringTMS system is the 1st of its kind to use transcranial magnetic stimulation to depolarize neurons on the brain, a process that doctors believe may interrupt migraine activity. Designed for home use, patients place the device against the back of the head, where a magnetic pulse targets the occipital lobe.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) tells The Daily Show's Jon Stewart why she supports repealing the medical device tax – even though she voted against its repeal.
In April 2012, as she battled then-Sen. Scott Brown (R) for the Bay State's junior seat in the Upper Chamber, Warren wrote an exclusive op-ed for MassDevice.com explaining why she thinks the 2.3 excise tax...
The Translational Research Institute said the FDA cleared its ND infusion catheter for "infusion of physician-specified fluids" into the coronary vasculature. Check out this video from TRI describing how it works.
Researchers at the University of Louisville attempt to copy a sick patient's heart with the patient's own fat cells, using a 3D printer to create a "bioficial" heart.
Check out this video from Wearable Intelligence about its Google Glass emergency room application, which Boston's Beth Israel Deaconness Medical Center is using in a pilot program.