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Surgeons potentially treat strokes remotely

Endovascular intervention is an emergency medical procedure to treat strokes caused by a blood clot. Normally this procedure requires a surgeon to manually guide a thin wire to the clot to physically clear the blockage or deliver drugs to break it up. MIT engineers are working to find a solution to treat strokes remotely when […]


World Health Day 2022

In honor of the World Health Organization and the many health organizations, we work closely with, Happy World Health Day! The World Health Organization was founded in 1948 to connect nations and people to “promote health, keep the world safe and serve the vulnerable—so everyone, everywhere can attain the highest level of health.” The WHO […]


Innovating Ring doorbell cameras

In the 21st century, we have seen many technological advances like camera phones, Bluetooth, and the video gaming revolution. We have also gained the ability to keep an eye on our home, pets, and even neighbors when we are away. Ring LLC, an Amazon company, is innovating to enable their Ring doorbell to “identify suspicious […]


Freight rail companies try alternative fuels

Many companies in the transportation industry are testing out alternative fuels, and freight rails are no exception.  A large contributor in the supply chain, it makes sense for freight rail companies to try alternative fuels and to try to find more efficient and cleaner ways for trains to move across the country. The freight industry […]


Exoskeletons: physically beneficial, mentally taxing

“In manufacturing, work-related lower-back injuries from lifting and handling heavy objects account for approximately $100 billion in medical bills annually in the United States, according to data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics.” To try and combat back issues while also innovating for the future, researchers at Texas A & M University and Ohio State […]


Robots hit the streets for food delivery

Your schedule is packed with back-to-back Zoom meetings and all you need is a quick meal to refuel before the next round of meetings or maybe you are at your college dorm studying away and get a hankering for some of the famous pizza from the place down the street but have a deadline to […]


Lizards offer new approach to artificial lungs

A study at Princeton University involving the brown anole lizard as the subject matter has brought new light to help improve one of nature’s complex actions—breathing. “Whereas human lungs develop over months and years into baroque tree-like structures, the anole lung develops in just a few days into crude lobes covered with bulbous protuberances.” The […]


Electronic nose can distinguish millions of scents

Did you know the human nose has an estimated 400 scent receptors and can distinguish millions of different smells? Trying to replicate this seems almost unfathomable, but one engineer is finding a way to benefit the environment, law enforcement, and even the military. Through a grant from the National Science Foundation’s Center for Bioanalytical Metrology […]


Building your Mobile Supply Chain

    Implementing a mobile supply chain application into your companies environment can be viewed as a daunting and intimidating process. Pragmatyxs has developed a strategic relationship with  DSI Global  to utilize their solution accelerators with Pragmatyxs’ development experience to reduce this intimidation factor. Pragmatyxs; utilizing the solution accelerators from DSI Global can build  an […]


Looking towards the future with DSI Global partnership

Mobile devices play a huge role in everyday tasks from communication, activity monitoring and endless other abilities and now DSI Global brings supply chain management into the palm of your hands.  Centering your supply chain around the customer not only meets their demands and expectations but allows you to operate a transparent, innovative and efficient […]