• NervousSys

    Augmenting Your Nervous System. . . With iPhones

    Connected implants merging humans with technology – an opportunity for business? Speaking to a room of intrigued listeners at Disruption Summit Europe 2017, Scott Cohen stated that merging the human body with technology was completely logical. As a cyborg himself, he ...
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    This Tiny Device Can Scan For Skin Cancer At A Fraction Of The Current Cost

    sKan is an inexpensive device that can detect skin cancer at its early stages. The device creates heat maps to identify abnormalities in the skin often associated with melanoma, treatment for which has a higher success rate if detected early. Skin cancer is the ...
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    Neck Hammock Pain Relieving Device

    Find relief from pain when you have the Neck Hammock Pain Relieving Device. Designed by a licensed physical therapist, this system can help diminish the pain along your neck in just 10 minutes. Simple to use, the Neck Hammock is a cervical ...
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    Resilient Genes: Engineering Patients’ Immune Cells to Treat their Cancers

    The FDA has for the first time approved a treatment that uses a patient’s own genetically modified cells to attack a type of leukemia, opening the door to what the agency calls “a new frontier” in medicine. For years, the foundations ...
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    Twrist And Sweat

    Twrist (yes, you’ll be mouthing that name for a minute) is a fitness concept aimed just at the ladies. These adjustable dumbbells allow users to start lifting with light weights and gradually increase as they progress. The basic dumbbell weighs ...
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    Exoskeletal Exercise in Space

    What could an astronaut and ballet dancer possibly have in common? The answer is in their movement! In space, astronauts move almost as if they’re dancing between one place and another as they float around in zero gravity. Inspired by ...
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    A Trippy Skippy Rope

    Here’s another one of those products that borrows an idea from somewhere else and uses it beautifully to absolutely transform a user’s experience. Taking inspiration from all those products that use LEDs and our persistence of vision to create visuals, ...
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    A Cooling Second Skin

    For any athlete, icing is a crucial therapy for acute injuries and recovery from intense performance. The Hail Ice Pack offers an alternative to messy, less than ergonomic conventional ice packs of today. It acts as a second skin of ...
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    Disease-Detecting Patches

    The answer to all your medical problems may just be in your sweat. Scientists at Northwestern University have developed a tiny, flexible skin patch that has the capability of detecting diseases. Human sweat contains many of the same bio-markers that ...