3D printing technology holds a lot of potential value in the medical industry, especially when it comes to bioprinting functional implants from human cells. After forming a partnership with Denver’s 3D Printing Store, researchers from Denver University have been experimenting with a BioBot 1 bioprinter, one of the most affordable bioprinters on the market at only $10,000. With their desktop bioprinter as a starting point, the Denver University research team is looking to one day provide patients with bioficial tissue and organ replacements.
While digital health doesn’t have as big of a presence at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas as other industries, there were a fair number of wearables, apps and sensor-enabled tools showcased. There were […]
Healthcare startups represent a booming industry: Between 2010 and 2014, healthcare tech venture funding deals grew 200%. Driven by the aging baby boomer population and the proliferation of electronic medical records and mobile devices in […]
Many orthopaedic patients are eager to track and improve their health and progress before, during and after treatment. A digital fitness device, technology already owned by 1 in 10 Americans, provides a unique opportunity for […]