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Long-lived nuclear batteries powered by hydrogen isotopes are in testing for military applications.
Material could charge portable electronics with every step.
After the Haiti earthquake, physicians tested a vacuum pump meant to speed healing.
The technology is being used in engineering, design, and moviemaking.
Its developers hope to make the sound-calibration test standard for many devices that deliver audio.
An implanted biofuel cell may someday power medical devices.
A new kind of sensor could allow for long-term medical monitoring–without direct skin contact.
Medtronic taps social networking and crowdsourcing to find innovation in unexpected places.
Social media, Wi-Fi gadgets and a sense of shame keep people motivated.
A headset ultrasound monitor could make it easier to detect the dangerous aftereffects of brain injuries.