The Tree House Humane Society's Cats at Work Project matches feral felines with Chicagoans overrun with rats. The businesses and residents who sign up for the program get a team of spayed, neutered and vaccinated rodent killers in exchange for $600 and a commitment to feed the felines twice a day.
Medical technology has already brought us snake robots and nanobots for surgery. The next bot on the list? An origami robot with a biodegradable frame that you swallow in an ice cube.
The helium shortage is no more—thanks to a device using some duct tape, plastic piping, a folding table and some other decidedly low-tech components.
The wave of “Pokémon Go” mania that has gripped the nation since the mobile app was released July 6 has inspired some to claim the game can improve mental health and get Americans exercising.
Everyone turns to look at a June bride, but it’s not often one turns up at a plastics and medical devices trade show. So Bella was turning even more heads than the average bride at the Medical Design & Manufacturing East trade show last month in New York.
A math teacher calculated to the dollar just how much she needed to bet to defeat veteran physician informatics consultant Dr. Harris Stutman on the TV game show “Jeopardy!” His three-day winning streak ended during a program that aired June 29.
In June, Community Hospital of the Monterey (Calif.) Peninsula became the first hospital to partner with the Monterey Bay Aquarium's Seafood Watch program, committing to only serve seafood that's been caught in a sustainable way.
Buying food that her child could tolerate put a strain on Emily Brown's finances.
A recent Broward Health board meeting took an unexpected turn—and led to the confiscation of an unusual device.
“It's the Olympics. Mosquitoes? Like, whatever. I'm going. This is my shot. I don't care about no stupid bugs.”
A brilliant and beautiful young billionaire. A fast-rising startup with a disruptive medical technology. Allegations the company's product doesn't work. Federal investigations.
There's an easy way to tell that Dr. John Papale is a fan of the Founding Fathers: He just bought a home that's a replica of Thomas Jefferson's Monticello.