Anatomy in 3D
Studying anatomy becomes much more life-like with this educational platform from 3D4Medical. It uses augmented reality and 3D-visualizations of body parts, which students can interact with.
Introducing QuellWHY SHOULD YOU WATCH THIS? “Quell is a drug-free wearable based on neurotechnology that stimulates sensory nerves to achieve pain relief.”
Drug-free pain relief
Quell is a wearable device that uses neurotechnology to achieve pain relief. It is a drug-free solution worn on the upper calf to stimulate sensory nerves responsible for pain sensations.
Primates Regain Control of Paralyzed Limb
Primates Regain Control of Paralyzed LimbWHY SHOULD YOU WATCH THIS? “Non-human primates can control a paralyzed leg due to an interface that connects the brain to the spine, overcoming the injury.”
Regained control over paralyzed limbs
At the Tech University of Lausanne (CH) researchers have developed a brain-spine interface that allows primates to regain control of a paralyzed limb. It will take years still, but this technique might be applied to humans in the future.
Introducing Human Longevity, Inc. Health Nucleus
Introducing Human Longevity, Inc. Health NucleusWHY SHOULD YOU WATCH THIS? “Human Longevity analyzes genomes and with the use of machine learning aims to allow scientists to predict diseases years before they happen.”
Preventing diseases from happening
Human Longevity aims to become the world’s biggest open source database on human genomes and phenotypes, in order to develop new ways of combating diseases associated with aging. They hope to diagnose early onset of diseases and identify risk factors.
Scientists Use 3D Printer and Living "Ink" to Create Body Parts
Scientists Use 3D Printer and Living "Ink" to Create Body PartsWHY SHOULD YOU WATCH THIS? “Wow, imagine the implications of this: human cartilage can now be 3D-printed! Want a new ear or nose?”
This 3D-printer at Cornell University uses living ink to print human cartilage, such as ears. The ink consists of living cells, ‘it’s alive when it goes in the printer, it’s alive when it comes out of the printer’. You can actually grow a realistic ear within a week!