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The Scoop-Material Design |3-D Printers & Visual Impairment| Health Sci-Fi and Reality July 3, 2014

Filed under: Corporate — CMI/Compas @ 4:09 pm

Two words for you: Material Design. “Google has become a second reality inside touch-screen devices.” Thanks to our Creative Director Emiliano Begnardi for sharing this article that looks at the future of Google, not as a series of services, but as a logic that ergonomically reacts to our actions wherever we are, whatever we’re doing.

In vitro and vital sign monitoring devices are predicted to drive a huge increase in the clinically-focused mobile health device market over the next ten years.

3-D printers are proving useful in helping visually impaired students learn.

A new study shows that even a moderate amount of exercise may reduce risk of the onset of Alzheimer’s disease.

Significant errors in stem cell research studies published in Nature have resulted in a retraction of the research and embarrassed scientists.

Here’s a fun conversation starter for your holiday weekend BBQs. What’s similar about the health technology we enjoy now and the technologies Star Trek introduced years ago? Go!

The Scoop will return on Monday. Have a wonderful holiday weekend.

-Amanda Kopec Preto, Manager, Strategic Marketing & Corporate Communications
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