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Prototype spots swelling and bleeding in a pilot study—but the novel technique employed is relatively unproven.
Nanotube anodes could lead to higher-energy, faster-charging batteries for cell phones and notebooks.
Electrodes placed on the forehead can ease seizures and more.
A new nerve-cell-support design could give amputees better control over prosthetic limbs.
A new kind of sensor could allow for long-term medical monitoring–without direct skin contact.
An implanted biofuel cell may someday power medical devices.
Lithium sulfur promises a longer charge, and safer operation, compared to standard lithium batteries.
A new anode allows solid-oxide fuel cells to function at lower temperatures.
RFID technology allows neural stimulators to get really small.