Content tagged with "LIFE SCIENCES"

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IEEE Senior Member is Developing a Disposable Patch to Detect Infectious Diseases

24 August 2017
In this interview, she discusses developing a device to screen for the flu, Ebola, and Zika viruses

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Today’s Engineers Are as Powerful as World Leaders

3 August 2017
Founders of Amazon, Microsoft, and SpaceX are successfully tackling issues typically handled by governments

Timeline: The Evolution of Assistive Technologies

15 June 2017
How devices to help people with disabilities have advanced over 40 years

Why It’s Smart to Have Diverse Thinking When It Comes to Brain Technology

1 February 2017
IEEE initiative chair says more than engineers should be involved

World’s Largest Brain/Vision Hackathon Melds Minds and Machines at the 2016 IEEE SMC Brain-Machine Interface Workshop

24 January 2017
Over 150 hackathon participants designed BMI prototypes for applications such as neurotechnology/Internet of Things integration, virtual/augmented reality games, and artificial intelligence data analysis

A New Biometric Method to Identify People by Using Their Brain Waves

25 November 2016
‘Brainprints’ could replace fingerprints as a security measure

The Future of Medicine Might Be Bioelectronic Implants

17 November 2016
Implantable devices to treat chronic diseases like rheumatoid arthritis and diabetes are on the way

Sensor Implants for Everywhere in the Body

11 November 2016
IEEE Fellow works on electronics to monitor nerves, muscles, and organs

IEEE Standards Related to the Brain

8 November 2016
They cover brain-computer interfaces, medical devices, and 3-D displays

Engineering Brains to be Healthier

31 October 2016
The IEEE Brain Initiative is helping to advance research in neurological disorders