Fabric Powers Electronics

As wearable technology increases in popularity, more diverse products are being created for individuals on the go. These products are convenient to wear but can quickly become a hassle to charge repeatedly, resulting in users often leaving them at home. A team at the Georgia Institute of Technology has recently developed a new material which […]

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Biomaterial Bone Implants Reduce Surgeries in Children

Traditionally when someone has a broken or missing bone, they have two options to repair the damaged area. The first option consists of harvesting bone from another area of the patient’s body to close the gap; however this procedure is very painful and time consuming. The second option consists of inserting a metal implant into […]

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