Tag: Technology

Sequencing the Genome of An Unborn Baby

Beginning in 1990, more than 200 scientists collaborated on a $3-billion project to sequence the roughly 3 billion bases of human DNA. Between 2002 and 2008 the cost to perform the sequencing gradually declined from $100 million to $10 million. The introduction of next

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Technological Revolution

Charles H. Duell, commissioner of the United States patent office in 1899, was quoted as saying “everything that can be invented has been invented.” All os us, and especially patent attorneys, know the quote is far from the truth. One

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Regenerative Medicine

On the morning after the Blueprint Health lunch, Demo Day, and dinner, I headed back to the Javits Convention Center for day two of the 3D Printing Conference. I was quite interested in the medical implications of 3D printing, and I was

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Inside 3D Printing

I was one of the 4,000 people who attended the Inside 3D Printing Conference and Expo at the Javits Convention Center in New York on Thursday and Friday. Although 40% of the population sampled said they had never heard of 3D printing, it

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Medical Innovations

The number of innovations occurring in the field of healthcare is impressive. It is impossible to stay on top of them. I look forward to an email newsletter from medicalautomation.org every week for a good summary of the latest and greatest. One

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