A new deep learning algorithm can diagnose 14 types of heart rhythm defects better than cardiologists. This could speed diagnosis and improve treatment for those in rural areas.
Engineers can make even sensor-loaded drones as small as a bumble bee, but how do they miniaturise the computer chip – so minidrones can one day fly themselves?
3D films are yet to become popular in homes, thanks largely to the uncomfortable glasses they require. Researchers may have a solution to such a headache.
The first entirely soft artificial heart mimics its natural model as closely as possible, and even circumvents the limitations of artificial blood pumps – but it has a short lifespan.
3D-printed gel changes form in response to environments, and when applied to certain products can bring them self-healing properties similar to living tissue.
The energy system will be installed in South Australia by late 2017, and is expected to transform and fast track reliable renewable energy in Australia and globally.