Regular tooth-brushing is more work than some people are willing to do. If you’re one such person, then you may prefer the Amabrush – it reportedly cleans your teeth in just 10 seconds, with a motor doing all the work.
A new “virus cam” could give scientists a close-up view of viruses as they infect cells in real time.
3D printing precise titanium parts to replace bone for reconstructive surgery
Fast, Efficient bloodstream robots
The more we find out about the bacteria that live in our gut, the more we’re coming to realise how these microbiota could have an impact on every facet of our lives – and not just our physical health and well-being , but our thoughts and emotions…
Researchers have identified a previously hidden link between our immune system and the activation of cells that lead to organ rejection.
It pumps blood using ventricles like those of a real heart, but it begins to degrade after just 3,000 beats.
Targeted treatment could be used for pneumonia and other bacterial infections.
Global life expectancy rates continue to rise , which poses the question: will the trend ever stop? New research reports there’s no sign of a fixed age limit for the human body, with human beings set to keep living longer and longer.
The rise of machine intelligence is often associated with the downfall of humanity, but analysis of clinical data is improving outcomes. That’s making doctors more informed, not more redundant, for now.