VR-controlled robots are being designed to treat injured soldiers

If you think of robots in the military, your mind may conjure dystopian images of science-fiction battlefields with AI-powered machines trading laser fire. But in a much more humane application, … Read More

Meal kit company sued by customers who claim ‘contaminated’ lentils led to gallbladders removals

Vegan meal kit startup Daily Harvest has been hit with two lawsuits by customers alleging they needed gallbladder removals after eating one of the company’s products, reported CNN. Last month … Read More

Robot performs complex ‘keyhole’ intestinal surgery on pigs without human aid

A robot has successfully performed “keyhole” intestinal surgery on pigs without any aid from humans, according to a study from John Hopkins University (published in Science Robotics). What’s more, the … Read More

Nike sues Lululemon over its Mirror home gym product and apps

Back in June 2020, Lululemon got into the flourishing home gym market in the midst of the pandemic by purchasing home fitness startup Mirror for $500 million. Now, Nike has … Read More

Hyrope is a smart jump rope that pairs with an app to track your workout

Hygear, a smart fitness tool maker that launched in 2020, has introduced a smart jump rope that can provide users with real time feedback. The Hyrope can pair with the … Read More

Scientists sequence 64 human genomes to better reflect genetic diversity

The Human Genome Project shed light on our species in 2001, but it was a patchwork of different humans’ genes that didn’t really reflect humanity’s genetic makeup. Flash forward 20 … Read More

Fitbit’s latest tracking feature reminds you to log your blood glucose levels

According to the CDC’s latest national report, approximately 34.2 million Americans live with diabetes, while another 88 million adults have prediabetes. Now more than ever, there’s a need for tools … Read More

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