Soft, synthetic retinas may offer a better implant solution
Oxford's researchers create the first retina replacement to use soft biological components.
Retinal implant could add years to your eyesight
It may be possible to fight retinal degeneration in an unintrusive way.
Blood-repellent metal could lead to safer implants
Your body would be less likely to reject this specially crafted titanium.
Bill and Melinda Gates back an implant that could prevent HIV
The mini pump could be key to eradicating a scourge in Africa.
A bike accident left him paralyzed; electricity let him ride again
Superhumans: Inside the world's first cyborg games - Episode 2
Titanium-gold alloy could lead to super-strong implants
It's four times stronger than pure titanium, but safe for your body.
ICYMI: Squashing brain cancer and autonomous drones arrive
We’ve figured out how to cross the blood-brain barrier for chemotherapy treatment.
Brain-machine link helps you steer exoskeletons with your mind
You won't need open brain surgery to wear a thought-controlled robot suit.
Brain monitoring chips dissolve when you're done with them
You may get medical implants that melt away over time.