Tissue scaffolding, nerve grafting and skin printing hold promise, but there is much more work to be done.
For under $500, researchers have developed an open source bioprinter that they say is on par with machines costing significantly more money.
Lights, camera, inspection! Students have developed a prototype that helps diabetic patients inspect their feet.
Modern technologies have taken biomaterials to another level, but hurdles remain in developing next-generation materials.
Many device manufacturers don’t have the resources to adequately handle security risks.
The jury is still out, according to an analysis conducted by Cedars-Sinai.
3M to debut new adhesive product selection tool at CES 2018.
The program intends to promote quality in medical device design and manufacturing.
New virtual and in-person workshops will bring together FDA and industry experts and stakeholders on a variety of key issues.
This year the company exceeded its expectations, too.