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Microbial Fuel Cell Powers Ingestible Devices

by Conn Hastings
Dec 27, 2022
Researchers at Binghamton University have developed a microbial fuel cell that can power ingestible devices, such as cameras, that can detect healt...
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Robotic Capsule Drills Intestinal Mucus to Deliver Protein Drugs

Engineers at MIT have collaborated to develop a robotic drug delivery capsule that is specially designed to administer delicate protein drugs, such...
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Soft Robot Grows Like a Plant to Travel Through Tight Spaces

At the University of Minnesota, researchers have developed a soft robotic system that can ‘grow’ like a plant. The mechanism allows it to travel th...
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Carbon Monoxide-Loaded Foam as Inflammatory Disease Treatment

Researchers at MIT have created a carbon monoxide-loaded foam intended for therapeutic use against inflammatory disease. While the gas is toxic if ...
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Microfluidic Chip Models Inflammatory Intestinal Disease

Researchers at Harvard’s Wyss Institute have modeled Environmental Enteric Dysfunction (EED), a childhood inflammatory intestinal disease, on a mic...
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Gastrointestinal Pressure Sensor Inspired by Incan Communication Technology

Researchers at MIT have designed a gastrointestinal pressure sensor that is inspired by the ancient Incan practice of quipu, which involves adding ...
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Surgical Duct Tape Quickly Seals Intestinal Leaks

Researchers at MIT have created a surgical tape that can seal leaks and tears in the intestine. The off-the-shelf product has been designed to repl...
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Laparoscopic Robot Performs First Autonomous Surgery

Researchers at Johns Hopkins University developed and now successfully tested the Smart Tissue Autonomous Robot (STAR), a self-guiding surgical rob...
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Self-Assembling Coating Protects Bacteria for Therapeutic Delivery

Scientists are beginning to appreciate the importance of the gut microbiome in health and disease, and administering microbes that can enhance our ...
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Catheter-Deliverable Biomaterial Sealants: Interview with Natalie Artzi, Co-founder of BioDevek

BioDevek, a medtech company based in Cambridge, Massachusetts, has developed a biomaterial adhesive that acts to seal internal wounds and incisions...
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Chip for Investigation of Coronavirus Intestinal Infection

At Harvard’s Wyss Institute researchers used an intestine-on-a-chip to study the way a coronavirus infects the intestines, and the influence of var...
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Optical Fiber Imaging for Next-Generation Endoscopes

Researchers at the University of Exeter in England have developed a technique to image tissues through an ultrathin optical fiber, potentially allo...
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Kirigami Stent for Localized Drug Delivery

Researchers at MIT have developed a kirigami-style stent that can provide localized drug delivery through needle-like projections that pop out when...
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ALiEM AIR Series | Gastroenterology 2020 Module

Welcome to the AIR Gastroenterology Module! After carefully reviewing all relevant posts from the top 50 sites of the Social Media Index, the ALiEM...
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Button Battery Ingestion

Button Batteries: Small, disc shaped battery cells which are designed for use in small electronic devices. Common sources are kids toys, watches, c...
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