A flexible electrode array created by a team co-led by researchers from the University of Pennsylvania. Photo Courtesy of Travis Ross and Yun Soung Kim, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
A new flexible electrode array can provide high-resolution recordings of brain activity with fewer wires.
Researchers have found that sending health information to new and expectant...
This week, one investment research firm sees a strong second half of 2011 for medtech stocks. Also, Could Omar Ishrak save the medical device industry?
Investment Research Firm Sees Potential for Medtech Stocks in Second Half of 2011 (MASS DEVICE)
AdvaMed Report: Device Tax Will Result in 43,000 Job Losses (Star Tribune)
In this week's stories, Electrocomponents plc, the world leader in electronics and maintenance products, says demand for electronics is shrinking. Also, developers are jumping from Android to Apple, and FDA and CDRH are keeping secrets.
One Company Says Global Demand for Electronics is Slowing (Bloomberg)
FDA, CDRH Keeping Secrets Despite Transparency Initiative (MD+DI)
Samsung Study Finds No...