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Bourne Dispels Myths and Outlines Benefits of BioMEMS and Nanomedicine


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"BioMEMS and Nanomedicine: Myths and Benefits" is the recent installment of The Bourne Report Podcast, which discusses how emerging technologies, particularly MEMS and Nanotechnology, are changing how we live, work and play.

Nearly every medical field has already been touched commercially by either MEMS (MicroElectroMechanical Systems) or Nanotechnology-based products, reports Bourne Research.

While myths persist as to what BioMEMS and Nanomedicine really consists of, the benefits these technologies provide-whether it’s via lab-on-a-chip, sensors, nanomaterials or other unique approaches-are indeed real.

And with wireless technology about to further transform healthcare, not to mention that consumers will be interacting directly with more products, it’s become important to separate fact from fiction about the use and benefits of MEMS and Nanotechnology in medicine, the high-tech market research firm says.

Stream, download or subscribe to these audio files right from your computer for free. No registration is necessary. The Bourne Report Podcast can be accessed directly online

New episodes are posted weekly. Upcoming topics include silver nanoparticles, consumer electronics, medical diagnostics, advertising, military/defense and drug delivery.

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