Electrical stimulation was delivered by an external stimulator (top left) through percutaneous leads to FINEs implanted on the median, ulnar, and radial nerves of an upper-limb amputee (bottom left). Each electrode contact evokes sensory percepts on small regions of the missing hand of the subject. (Photo credit: Graczyk et al, Sci. Transl. Med.) Read More
Chips to accelerate the adoption of wireless charging, with ability to efficiently charge metal-body consumer electronics; opportunities include medical, consumer electronics, Internet of Things (IoT), mobile computing, and more. Read More
Supplyframe online collaborative hardware development community expands with a physical location; Designers in the product track will be supported in mentorship and sponsorship to build physical products in artificial intelligence, medical devices, VR, assistive technology, wearable computing, home automation, etc. Read More
Challenge: Package and encapsulate a wireless electronic module for an implantable limb lengthening device. Solution: A hermitically sealed glass encapsulated coil assembly which is 7.5mm x 27.5mm in size Read More
How do you feel the newly proposed American Health Care Act will impact the medical device design and manufacture market?