Cracked Gold for Broken Backs

A spinal implant utilizing gold has the potential to restore mobility to those with back injuries.

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April 09, 2015
  • Bioengineering

    Innovation for Affordable Health Care

    Shyam Rajan, CTO of GE Healthcare India, discusses the innovations made by his company that have led to improved outcomes and improved lives for those in the developing world.

  • Students

    5 Innovations from the White House Science Fair

    Wearable tech, smartphone apps, diagnostics tools, energy-saving devices, and 3D printed products were amongst the research projects exhibited by students at the 5th White House Science Fair.

  • Automotive

    Only Human but on Wheels

    Technologies for increased auto safety—including tailored, intelligent restraint systems and better ways to alert drivers to dangers—are the aims of labs at the University of Michigan and the University of Minnesota.


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