@WIRED 1 year ago
While battery tech is far from the "endless battery" of our dreams, it turns out one already exists. Your body generates enough energy to power wearables, medical sensors, and implanted devices—and tech designers are plugging in: https://www.wired.com/story/the-battery-that-never-gets-flat/?utm_source=twitter&utm_medium=social&utm_brand=wired&utm_social-type=owned : Jacqui Vanliew/Getty https://t.co/TAKT2XpdHu
@wired.com 1 year ago
The Battery That Never Gets Flat
@slashgear.com 2 years ago
New sensor creates electricity from urine and measures glucose levels
@slashgear.com 2 years ago
Strange looking magnetic helmet shrinks glioblastoma in human trials
@techcrunch.com 2 years ago
A magnetic helmet shrunk a deadly tumor in world-first test
@slashgear.com 3 years ago
Study finds vitamin triggers body to create special calorie-burning fat
@enricomolinari 3 years ago
This nanochip generates body cells to heal your body parts @AdamDanyal via @enricomolinari #nanotechnology #medicalresearch #technology #innovation #science #fintech #finserv #blockchain #marketing #AI #IoT #bigdata #ehealth #medtech #mhealth #fashiontech #CX #GovTech #5G https://t.co/TCJfpGpn9f
@engadget.com 4 years ago
Amazon AI generates medical records from patient-doctor conversations
@engadget.com 4 years ago
Endel's Apple Watch app generates soothing sounds on your wrist
@theverge.com 7 years ago
Apple's ResearchKit generates reliable health data — at least for asthma patients
@techcrunch.com 9 years ago
How The Digital Revolution Can Fix Scientific Publishing And Speed Up Discoveries