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Breakthrough technology brings flexible implanted electronics one step closer to clinical applications

Flexible implanted electronics are one step closer to clinical applications thanks to a breakthrough technology developed by a Griffith University and UNSW Sydney research team. The work was pioneered by Dr Tuan-Khoa Nguyen, Professor Nam-Trung Nguyen and Dr Hoang-Phuong Phan (now Senior Lecturer at the University of New South Wales) using in-house technology from Griffith …

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Using proprietary mobile and wearable technologies to remotely monitor Parkinson’s disease symptoms

Parkinson’s disease affects 10 million people worldwide and its symptoms include tremors in the fingers and hands, small handwriting, loss of smell, difficulty walking, dizziness, etc. As these symptoms worsen over time, monitoring and treating PD is critical to maintaining patients’ autonomy and improving quality of life. This is exactly the goal of the Portuguese …

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