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Bioelectronics Engineering @ NC State University
Bioelectronics is the application of electrical engineering principles to biology, medicine, behavior or health. It advances the fundamental concepts, creates knowledge for the molecular to the organ systems levels, and develops innovative devices or processes for the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of disease, for patient rehabilitation, and for improving health.

Bioelectromagnetics, instrumentation, neural networks, robotics, and sensor technologies are some of the disciplines necessary to develop new understanding and products in this area.
bioelectronics  biology  engineering  medical  sensors  biosensors 
4 weeks ago by cyberchucktx
Biosensors and Bioelectronics Journal @ Elsevier
Biosensors are defined as analytical devices incorporating a biological material, a biologically derived material or a biomimic intimately associated with or integrated within a physicochemical transducer or transducing microsystem, which may be optical, electrochemical, thermometric, piezoelectric, or magnetic or micromechanical.
elsevier  journal  biosensors  bioelectronics  electronics  biology  medical 
4 weeks ago by cyberchucktx
RT : Intriguing novel concept of nested fluorescent with large dynamic range: GO-Matryoshka…
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june 2017 by rellan
HealthyPi v3 - Health HAT for Raspberry Pi @Crowd Supply
An open-source, multi-parameter, full fledged human body vital sign monitoring HAT for Raspberry Pi as well as standalone use.
raspberrypi  healthypi  hat  biosensors  medical  opensource  monitor 
june 2017 by cyberchucktx
Connected Health: Open source IoT patient monitor @
We developed the HealthyPi HAT for the Raspberry Pi as a way of opening up the healthcare and open source medical to anyone. The HealthyPi is made of the same "medical-grade" components found in regular vital sign monitors, for a fraction of the cost of such system. This is our way of democratizing medical hardware to develop new areas of research.
hackaday  medical  opensource  monitor  biosensors  raspberrypi  healthypi 
june 2017 by cyberchucktx
9 Biometric Sensors Arduino Compatible | Random Nerd Tutorials
In this post I’ll share with you a list of 9 biometric sensors Arduino compatible that you can use in your bioengineering experiments. These are great for hobbyist projects since most of them are easy to deal with.
arduino  biometric  medical  sensors  embedded  diy  biosensors 
february 2017 by cyberchucktx
Scientists Create Wireless Neural Dust to Monitor Health and Treat Disorders | Big Think
Would you want to have precise scientific knowledge about what’s going on with your body at any given moment, catching any diseases early on? Or maybe you need help losing weight or treating a brain disorder? Perhaps, simply, you've already accepted that one day you'll become a cyborg. via Pocket
bioengineering  biosensors  sensors 
september 2016 by ginesthoi
Edible Battery To Power Internal Medical Devices | Popular Science
Christopher Bettinger and his edible battery. Imagine taking a pill with an ingestible sensor that takes measurements and sends information wirelessly to your doctor, or a pill that senses changes in your gut microbiome and adjusts its dose accordingly. via Pocket
biosensors  ingestable  sensors 
september 2016 by ginesthoi
Modern Medicine Is Too Reliant on Short-Term Studies - The Atlantic
Vigilant, long-term monitoring of patients is the future. It has been 30 years since the first findings that heart attacks are most common in the early morning. Since then, research has revealed that those first three hours after waking are also when a cardiac event is most damaging. via Pocket
biosensors  epidermal  electronics  health  monitoring  longitudinal  studies  science  matters  sensors 
august 2016 by ginesthoi
SensUs | The First International Student Competition on Molecular Biosensors for Healthcare Applications
The mission of SensUs is to stimulate the development of molecular health sensing technologies by organizing an international competition for teams of students. In a friendly competitive manner, SensUs will challenge multidisciplinary teams of students to conceive and build innovative molecular biosensing systems. The competition will give students a unique chance to gain experience in goal-oriented multidisciplinary teamwork and in innovative technological design.
biosensors  competition  students  molecularbiology  chemistry  design 
july 2016 by derishus
NeuroSky: EEG & ECG Biosensor Solutions
NeuroSky technologies enable the most insightful and easy-to-understand health and wellness biometrics for mobile solutions, wearable devices, and service providers. The company’s proprietary, market-leading biosensor technologies provide a foundation for analyzing biometric data in a way that’s never before been practical. NeuroSky-enabled solutions deliver unique insights into body and mind health and wellness that can motivate people to make better lifestyle choices.
brain  biohacking  neurosky  neural  neurology  eeg  sensors  biosensors 
february 2016 by cyberchucktx
Shift Labs Launches Out Of Y Combinator
Shift Labs Launches Out Of Y Combinator To Make Medical Devices For Healthcare’s Future (article at TechCrunch March 2015). "Shift Labs is a small startup launching this spring out of Y Combinator with a lofty tagline: to be “the Nest of medical devices.” But as ambitious as that goal may sound at first, when you take a closer look at Shift Labs, it doesn’t sound that crazy after all. In fact, it seems almost inevitable."
techcrunch  article  medical  shiftlabs  embedded  sensors  biosensors 
july 2015 by cyberchucktx
BITalino: DIY biosignals
BITalino is a low-cost toolkit to learn and prototype applications using body signals. It's for students, teachers, makers, artists, researchers, corporate R&D... no electrical skills required
diy  embedded  bitalino  arduino  health  medical  sensors  biosensors 
june 2015 by cyberchucktx
Injectable electronics could be used to monitor brain activity
Flexible electronics have wide applicability, ranging from development of bendable screens to personal health monitors. Scientists are particularly interested in using these materials for medical applications; they've developed three-dimensional, flexible electronics that are compatible with the human body, and these show promise for integration into various tissues.
medical  sensors  biosensors  arstechnica 
june 2015 by cyberchucktx

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