After researchers began describing the variation of 3-D printing over a year ago, 4-D printed medical applications could see the prototype stage by end of next year, according to analysts.

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After researchers began describing the variation of 3-D printing over a year ago, 4-D printed medical applications could see the prototype stage by end of next year, according to analysts.

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A group of Canadian designers has created a wearable device that monitors environmental data including air quality and UV radiation.

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What happens in a technological context where a device becomes obsolete within a very short time? This is central themes of the study carried out by the artist and researcher Benjamin Gaulon

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Pulse+IT Magazine – Australasia’s First and Only eHealth and Health IT Magazine

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These digital health and medical device startups were highlighted in talk by Eric Topol of Scripps Translational Science Institute on democratized healthcare

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