Cross-species organ transplants set to increase

Cross-species organ transplants set to increase

Published on December 9, 2014
Written by Catherine Bolgar* Almost 115,000 solid organs were transplanted in 2012, which was l...

Medical engineering’s future frontiers

Medical engineering’s future frontiers

Published on November 6, 2014
By Catherine Bolgar* Future technology to detect and treat diseases is coming from some surpris...

Designing for the Medical Device Industry: The Future – Connected Health

Designing for the Medical Device Industry: The Future – Connected Health

Published on October 20, 2014
Initially posted by CORE77 With the explosion of wearable technology and legislation like the A...

Designing for the Medical Device Industry: Holistic Solutions

Designing for the Medical Device Industry: Holistic Solutions

Published on October 13, 2014
This post originally appeared at Core77. A Multi-Faceted Approach Bringing a consumer product t...

FDA’s Unique Device Identifier: 4 Steps To Successful Implementation for Medical Device Companies

FDA’s Unique Device Identifier: 4 Steps To Successful Implementation for Medical Device Companies

Published on October 3, 2014
The Unique Device Identifier (UDI) for medical devices was introduced by the United States Food...

Challenges and Opportunities of Feeding an Expanding, Aging Population

Challenges and Opportunities of Feeding an Expanding, Aging Population

Published on September 2, 2014
Written by Catherine Bolgar Food has its fashions, with form and function battling for dominanc...

Research Heralds 3D-Printed Organs and even Hearts

Research Heralds 3D-Printed Organs and even Hearts

Published on September 1, 2014
Written by Catherine Bolgar Few would have guessed the trajectory from 1970s inkjet printers to...

Open-source Thinking is Revolutionizing Medical Device Development

Open-source Thinking is Revolutionizing Medical Device Development

Published on August 29, 2014
Written by Catherine Bolgar When we think about medical care in the future, we tend to think ab...