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15 Jan Dozzy Cozy Air Pillow

DozzyCozy Technology Co., Ltd has created the “Dozzy Cozy Air Pillow”; the first pillow that helps you to fall asleep especially if you are a side or back sleeper. When on your side it adjusts automatically the height of the pillow and gives you the right...

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26 Oct A Proton Therapy center in Leuven

Since this summer the new proton therapy located in Leuven on the Gasthuisber campus has welcomed seven cancer patients. Proton therapy is considered to be the most advanced form of radiotherapy. It is particularly appropriate to treat tumors near vital organs, eyes or brain.Nearly 200 patients...

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12 Oct PulseNmore revolutionizes prenatal care

During the COVID 19 pandemic, visiting the doctor can be very dangerous or even deadly, especially for pregnant women who are required to pay regular visits. This is why PulseNmore’ idea to minimize those visits while maintaining contact with our doctor about our unborn baby’s...

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24 Apr Explorer – World’s first 3D Scanner

"Explorer" is the name of the world's first scanner that can capture high quality 3D picture of the entire human body in 20 to 30 seconds. The scanner combines positron emission tomography (PET) and X-ray computed tomography (CT), which reconstructs 360 ° sectional images. The research...

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23 Feb Hyundai’s Exo-Skeleton

Hyundai is not only working on cars, planes or designing heavy equipment but they are also at the foreground of wearable robot technology. The company is bringing walking to paraplegics. Soon, people who have use of their arms but not their legs can use the Hyundai...

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12 Feb Luke Skywalker’s bionic hand

  At Georgia Tech, science fiction has moved closer toward reality. Gil Weinberg, Minoru Shinohara, and Mason Bretan have developed an ultrasonic sensor that allows amputees to individually move the fingers of their prosthetic hands. They've been able to make detailed maps of small muscle movements...

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