Advancements in medical technology have meant fewer deaths and more solutions for debilitating injuries in the military. Learn how the orthotics and prosthetics lab at Saint Petersburg College in Florida is working with veterans to provide mobility in ways not thought possible just a few years ago.
In this episode of SciTech Now, healthcare technology in the military has meant fewer deaths; Deborah Estrin teaches us what we can learn about our health through small data; the future of autonomous vehicle technology; and how the logs from a stranded whaling has proven quite valuable to climate scientists today.
In this episode of SciTech Now, studying the toxicity of harmful chemicals; using new technology to build smarter cities; a prosthetics lab powered by 3-D printers; and how new technologies are transforming the world of theater.
The scientists at Not Impossible Labs use affordable 3-D printed prosthetics to help victims of carpet bombings in South Sudan.
Jon Schull, co-founder of e-Nable, discusses how his organization is making low-cost 3-D printed prosthetics available to children around the world.