Edible Battery for Life Science

Christopher Bettinger and his research team at Carnegie Mellon University have recently created a device that the way we diagnose or treat diseases in the future. The device is merely a battery, but what makes it special is the fact it can be safely ingested by a patient, to power or control internal medical devices. […]

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World’s First Robotic Tattoo

With the development of robots that can copy the exact actions of humans, more and more machines are being incorporated into automation processes. These robots ensure human error is eliminated from the process and offer a safer alternative to manual labor. Appropriate Audiences, a company which specializes in robotics and tattoo’s, has recently created a […]

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