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These Innovative Textile Technologies Could Be Lifesaving

Scientists from the University of Leeds have created a new product made from a material that can disinfect itself. 
Last year, researchers at the Ian Potter NanoBioSensing Facility and NanoBiotechnology Research Lab in Melbourne, Australia were experimenting with a new technology that could be … https://www.globalpatentsolutions.com/blog/2017/10/these-innovative-textile-technologies-could-be-lifesaving/

Innovative Healthcare Riding on CloudMine

CloudMine is one company helping innovative healthcare facilities to create and develop their own apps.
Recent advances in technology have revolutionized the healthcare industry which, according to the Center for Health Workforce Studies, is growing at a remarkable rate- more tha… https://www.globalpatentsolutions.com/blog/2017/08/innovative-healthcare-riding-cloudmine/

UC Berkeley Appeals PTAB Ruling on CRISPR

The University of California has filed an appeal over the CRISPR-Cas9 genome editing technique.
The University of California has filed an appeal with the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit in Washington, D.C. over the CRISPR-Cas9 genome editing technique.  When U… https://www.globalpatentsolutions.com/blog/2017/07/uc-berkeley-appeals-ptab-ruling-crispr/

Researchers Find Innovative Way to Engineer Liver

Researchers at MIT, Rockefeller University and Boston University have found a new way to engineer liver tissue.   
According to the American Liver Foundation, there are approximately thirty million people currently suffering from some form of liver disease, yet little is known about it compare… https://www.globalpatentsolutions.com/blog/2017/07/researchers-find-innovative-way-engineer-liver/

Gold Medal Cupping Patents & Practices

Though specific methods of the therapy have varied slightly over time, the general practice has been around for centuries. Here are a few related patents:
Day four of the Rio Olympics is well underway, and athletes in all countries and sports are giving their all in an effort to take home the gold.  This year, one thing several of t… https://www.globalpatentsolutions.com/blog/2016/08/gold-medal-cupping-patents-practices/

Technology in Healthcare & Apple’s Holy Grail

The healthcare industry is growing at a phenomenal rate, and it's taking technology with it.
The healthcare industry is growing at a phenomenal rate, more than twice as fast as the general economy, according to the Center for Health Workforce Studies.  Along with it, tech… https://www.globalpatentsolutions.com/blog/2016/06/technology-healthcare-apples-holy-grail/

The Rising STAR of Robotic Surgery

Children’s National Medical Center (CNMC) is making history with its most recent study involving the first autonomous robotic soft tissue surgery.
Children’s National Medical Center (CNMC) is making history with its most recent study involving the first autonomous robotic soft tissue surgery.  Published in Science Translati… https://www.globalpatentsolutions.com/blog/2016/05/rising-star-robotic-surgery/

Bioprinting Tech Could Break the Mold of Medicine

Wake Forest University in North Carolina is breaking the mold when it comes to 3D printing and medicine.
Researchers at the Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine are working on a new technology that could one day allow medical professionals to print human organs.  This "… https://www.globalpatentsolutions.com/blog/2016/03/bioprinting-tech-could-break-mold-medicine/

CES 2016 Brings Big Tech to Las Vegas

This year’s show was by far the largest in the event’s 49-year history.
The annual CES tech show kicked off on Tuesday in Las Vegas, marking the beginning of what some would call the most wonderful time of the year. With more than 2 million square fee… https://www.globalpatentsolutions.com/blog/2016/01/ces-2016-brings-big-tech-las-vegas/

Couple Lends 3-D Printed Hand to Those in Need

What started as a group with 100 people has now grown into the e-NABLE Community of more than 7000 members.
In 2011, Ivan Owen and his wife Jen were just a normal innovative couple, excited to demo a functioning, mechanical hand that Ivan had built for their first ever steampunk convent… https://www.globalpatentsolutions.com/blog/2015/12/couple-lends-3-d-printed-hand-those-need/

Patents, Innovation and the Internet of Things

In 1999, innovator Kevin Ashton coined the term “the Internet of Things” to describe the ever-expanding network of physical objects connected to the internet.
In 1999, innovator Kevin Ashton coined the term “the Internet of Things” to describe the ever-expanding network of physical objects connected to the internet.  Since then, the IoT… https://www.globalpatentsolutions.com/blog/2015/12/patents-innovation-and-internet-things/

This Billionaire's Patented Tech Could Revolutionize Healthcare

This CEO seems to have greatness in her blood, and her experience, patents and biotech company could help her change the world- one drop at a time.
Elizabeth Holmes is out to change the future of healthcare and, with it, the world.  The 31-year-old founder and CEO of Theranos has been dubbed the world's youngest female self-m… https://www.globalpatentsolutions.com/blog/2015/11/billionaires-patented-tech-could-revolutionize-healthcare/

Medicine Goes Mobile with Latest Tech Trends

According to a recent report published by market research firm Mordor Intelligence, global telemedicine is taking over.
According to a recent report published by market research firm Mordor Intelligence, global telemedicine is taking over.  With the cost of insurance steadily rising, an influx in c… https://www.globalpatentsolutions.com/blog/2015/08/medicine-goes-mobile-latest-tech-trends/

New Medical Technology Puts Human Organs-on-Chips

Researchers at Harvard University’s Wyss Institute have created a new technology that could help save animals from medical testing.
Researchers at Harvard University’s Wyss Institute have created a new technology that could help save animals from medical testing. Each year, millions of animal lives are lost… https://www.globalpatentsolutions.com/blog/2015/06/new-medical-technology-puts-human-organs-chips/

NASA Technology's Giant Leap on Earth and in Space

In 2011 NASA and General Motors, in collaboration with Oceaneering International, helped launch a humanoid robot into space for the first time.
In 2011 NASA and General Motors, in collaboration with Oceaneering International, helped launch a humanoid robot into space for the first time. Since then Robonaut, and its most re… https://www.globalpatentsolutions.com/blog/2015/05/nasa-technologys-giant-leap-earth-and-space/

Google Files Patent Application for Cancer-Fighting Wrist Band

Google has filed a patent application for a wrist-worn device, designed to target harmful cells, hormones, or enzymes in the blood that "have an adverse health effect."
For years now, wearable tech has been slowly transforming the healthcare industry, from devices like the Nike Fuel Band and FitBit to the development of UT Austin's e-tattoo.  … https://www.globalpatentsolutions.com/blog/2015/03/google-files-patent-application-cancer-fighting-wrist-band/

Implanting A Cure: Electronics to Help Fight Disease

Researchers like those at Boston Scientific are looking for new methods to treat depression and other chronic conditions using small electronic implants.
The Boston Scientific Corporation is battling depression with new and innovative technology as shown in U.S. Patent No. 8914120, recently awarded to the medical device manufacture… https://www.globalpatentsolutions.com/blog/2015/03/implanting-cure-electronics-help-fight-disease/

Nokia Sensing XCHALLENGE Announces Grand Prize Winner

The Nokia Sensing XCHALLENGE is a competition focused on the development of hardware sensors and software sensing technology for healthcare.
The Nokia Sensing XCHALLENGE is a competition focused on the development of hardware sensors and software sensing technology for healthcare.  With a global reach and over $2.25 mi… https://www.globalpatentsolutions.com/blog/2014/11/nokia-sensing-xchallenge-announces-grand-prize-winner/

Innovative CardioPad Could Save Millions from Heart Disease

Five years ago Arthur Zang, a young computer engineer from Cameroon, began working on a project to help make cardiovascular medicine more accessible to patients in developing countries.
Five years ago Arthur Zang, a young computer engineer from Cameroon, began working on a project to help make cardiovascular medicine more accessible to patients in developing coun… https://www.globalpatentsolutions.com/blog/2014/10/innovative-cardiopad-could-save-millions-heart-disease/

ASU and Phoenix Children’s Hospital Use 3D Tech for Cardiac Print Lab

ASU engineers and Phoenix Children’s Hospital have come together to develop a realistic cardiac print lab.
ASU engineers and Phoenix Children’s Hospital have come together to develop a realistic cardiac print lab – a library of hearts -using a combination of medical imaging and 3D tech… https://www.globalpatentsolutions.com/blog/2014/08/asu-and-phoenix-childrens-hospital-use-3d-tech-cardiac-print-lab/

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