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'Smart tags' can sense when food or medicine go bad

Researchers have devised tiny color-coded tags that can be placed on food and beverage containers to determine whether the products inside are spoiled or fresh.

By March 18, 2014

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The best medicine

Got some time to kill? Go ahead and lose yourself in the weird and wonderful world of hospital humour.

By December 12, 2012

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New England Journal of Medicine releases iPad edition

The journal says its weekly print issue is now enhanced on the iPad with audio, expandable images, and search, share, and notation features.

By March 14, 2012

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Medify: For when you need to become a medicine geek

New medical data service for consumers finds the studies and researchers you need to know about.

By September 27, 2011

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Future of medicine under the microscope

Leading experts in the medical field, as well as dozens of entrepreneurs, practicing physicians, and others interested in how exponential technologies can affect our lives are meeting at FutureMed.

By May 13, 2011

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'Fit-to-Flow' fluid connector: Medicine's USB

Biomedical engineers at UC Davis unveil a plug-in interface they compare to USB to connect microfluidics to electronic devices for biological and chemical testing on the go.

By November 29, 2010

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Preventive medicine for software change management

Preemptive fixes for software changes are the holy grail for IT managers. But how do developers know what's going to break?

By November 10, 2009

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Jet lag medicine: the good and bad

Herbs help with jet lag, but not the time issues.

By October 1, 2007

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Study: Electronic records not helping outpatient medicine

Stanford and Harvard researchers find that electronic records aren't helping to improve outpatient medical care.

By July 9, 2007

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Hepatitis C medicine enlisted to kill weeds

blog Marrone Organic Innovations is tinkering with a way to use components of an herbal medicine as an organic weed killer.

By February 20, 2007