It’s a fact of life that sometimes your doctor has to put an endoscope inside your body cavities to have a look around. At least Japan has developed a pill-sized model that’s self-propelled.
Thanks to a super advanced microscope, medical scientists can finally see what goes on inside of T-cells. What they've seen so far could lead to a new era of medical treatments.
Scientists at Stanford University have developed an extraordinary wound dressing capable of greatly reducing scar tissue from incisions.
Microsoft announced this week that they have developed a new handheld device that should allow better communication between doctors and patients.
Engineers have developed a device that can detect single cancer cells in a blood sample.
In the future, battery-powered gadgets and gizmos may seem as archaic as old-fashioned wind-up toys.