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3D Printed Heart Marks Breakthrough in BioPrinting

Tel Aviv University in Israel marked a breakthrough in bioprinting by 3D printing a small heart using human tissue. The 3D printed heart is the most complex of its kind, containing vessels, collagen and intricate tissue layers.

Many research projects have been exploring the possibilities of printing cardiovascular tissue but they have never come close to a functional heart. However, this version of 3D printed heart is quite c […]

3D Printed Heart Marks Breakthrough in BioPrinting2019-04-23T08:56:09+00:00

Honestbee Philippines Announces Temporary Breaks in Operation

Grocery delivery service honestbee sent out an official notice to its customers last April 19 that it will temporarily stop its operation in the Philippines as reported by Yugatech.

In an email excerpt below, the company said that it experiences a funding issue with the headquarters.

“At honestbee Philippines, we value the relationship we have built with you. As we work with o […]

Honestbee Philippines Announces Temporary Breaks in Operation2019-04-23T06:02:59+00:00

Marrying Beauty and Technology as Demand Boom in China

Alibaba Group Holding’s new gadget is an eight-inch mirror equipped with an artificial intelligence-powered smart speaker. The smart mirror, on voice command, adjusts light settings to let users see their face perfectly, whether they are sitting in a dark coffee shop or lounging on a sunny beach. The mirror also offers beauty tips, monitors UV levels and can even help order cosmetic products on its platform

Alibaba’s voice-ac […]

Marrying Beauty and Technology as Demand Boom in China2019-03-21T06:23:55+00:00

St. Mary’s Hospital Uses 3D Printing to Perform Corrective Nasal Surgery

Researchers at St. Mary’s Hospital in Seoul, South Korea, have used 3D printing to treat a condition that can cause respiratory problems and sleep disorders. In a clinical study, the team used 3D printing to develop a biocompatible splint that could be inserted into the nose and help correct a deviated septum.

Deviated nasal septum occurs when the central cartilage, located vertically in the middle of the human nose and divid […]

St. Mary’s Hospital Uses 3D Printing to Perform Corrective Nasal Surgery2019-03-18T08:31:12+00:00

3D-Printed Device for Treating Parkinson’s Disease

A 3D printed device created by UK-based metal additive manufacturing company Renishaw was recently used in a breakthrough clinical trial for treating Parkinson’s disease, a long-term degenerative disorder of the central nervous system.

The drug being tested is the Glial Cell Line-Derived Neurotrophic Factor (GDNF), a naturally occurring protein found in our brains and discovered that can help to regene […]

3D-Printed Device for Treating Parkinson’s Disease2019-03-12T08:48:14+00:00

Thai Government Invests in Medical Robots

Thailand plans to leverage its reputation in medical services and strengthen its position as a regional medical hub by promoting medical robotics.

Under its Thailand 4.0 vision, the Ministry of Science and Technology, Ministry of Public Health and Ministry of Education set up a committee with key responsibility to promote medical and health-related innovations. Apart from the government, many public and private organizations […]

Thai Government Invests in Medical Robots2019-03-12T06:23:32+00:00

Go-Jek, Officially Launched in Thailand, Eyes Philippines

Go-Jek, an Indonesian ride-hailing start-up company begun services in Thailand, and now working toward entering the Philippines.

After an initial testing phase announced in December 2018, GET – the local identity Go-Jek developed for the Thai market launched three services introducing food delivery with GET Food, express couriering with GET Delivery, and ride-hailing with GET Win.

Go-Jek, Officially Launched in Thailand, Eyes Philippines2019-03-12T07:58:46+00:00

The World’s First AI Female Presenter

China’s Xinhua News Agency announced that they had created the world’s first female AI presenter named Xin Xiaomeng.

In a collaboration with Chinese search engine company Soguo, Xin Xiaomeng will make her debut during the coverage of the upcoming Two Sessions meetings this March.

In November of last year, the state news agency introduced Qiu Hao -a male-gendered AI pres […]

The World’s First AI Female Presenter2019-03-04T08:34:33+00:00

3D-Printed Art for Visually-Impaired

Helsinki-based designer Marc Dillon is using 3D printing to give blind people the opportunity to experience classical art through his Unseen Art project. The Unseen Art is a non-profit initiative that uses 3D printed art for the visually-impaired. Marc Dillon said that it would be a revolution to get blind people going to art galleries, people hate them because there is nothing there to touch.

“Imagine not knowing what Mo […]

3D-Printed Art for Visually-Impaired2019-02-28T08:47:21+00:00

ISDApp, Pinoy-Made App for Fishermen Without Smartphones

A group of young IT professionals developed an app that provides fishermen with weather information and updates without the need to actually own a smartphone. The app called ISDApp is described as “the first community app that aims to effectively communicate useful information to underprivileged fishermen without smartphones and internet.” The idea sparked by the Filipino fishermen who are among the 3.4 billion people in the world without access to the internet. […]

ISDApp, Pinoy-Made App for Fishermen Without Smartphones2019-03-12T08:00:46+00:00