Massachusetts startup OPT Industries is perfecting a 3D-printed nasal swab for COVID-19 tests

In 2020 and 2021, we all became well-acquainted with nasal swabs. But small sticks we stuck up our noses, it turns out, were harder to come by than anyone could have predicted. A May 2020 survey of 11

Harvard biomedical engineering professor to launch nasal spray that could reduce COVID-19 transmission risk

A new product developed by Harvard Professor of the Practice of Biomedical Engineering David A. Edwards is set to launch this fall, and claims to be able to provide a nearly 100% reduction in the part

YC-backed Perlstein Lab continues their rare disease drug discovery

Perlstein Lab, or PLab as it is also known, continues to hone its automated drug discovery platform and presents its latest iteration Wednesday March 23rd at Y Combinator Demo Day. The platform they c

iHear Wants To Make Personalized Hearing Aids Available For Everyone

iHear wants to give people with hearing loss an affordable device that they can easily customize at home with a Web-based hearing test. The startup's goal is to ultimately make its hearing aids availa

Robotic Power Knee Now Available In US And Europe

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Research: Conducting Plastics Make Way For Many New Technology Advances

<img src="" />We futurists are still waiting for our roll-up TVs and cellphones. The concepts have looked pretty spectacular - who wo