Engineers at the University of California, Berkeley, just developed a paper-thin e-skin that responds to touch by lighting up. This can help robots become more
A Patch containing hundreds of ‘microneedles’ that penetrate the skin, could mark the end of painful injection and used to deliver radical new DNA vaccines.
Did you ever wonder why do our fingers wrinkle when wet? A series of laboratory tests have shown that wrinkles evolved, to help you grip
Getting a shot from a doctor may become less painful in the very near future. A new device from MIT researchers can deliver a high-pressure
This photo shows a thin, flexible piece of electronics stuck onto the skin. One day monitoring a patient’s vital signs like temperature and heart rate
A University of Southampton diagram of the UK's first totally implanted hearing aid. The Otologics 'Carina' middle ear implant device consists of a rechargeable battery,