Wearable tech offers up-close look at infant development – Beckman Institute

What’s small and smart and worn all over?

It’s not a riddle, but a list of attributes envisioned by Nancy McElwain, a professor of human development and family
studies at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, as she searched for a data collection tool compatible with her youngest research participants.

McElwain’s research focuses on attachment proce…….

Wearable tech offers up-close look at infant development – Beckman Institute

What’s small and smart and worn all over?

It’s not a riddle, but a list of attributes envisioned by Nancy McElwain, a professor of human development and family
studies at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, as she searched for a data collection tool compatible with her youngest research participants.

McElwain’s research focuses on attachment proce…….

Wearable tech offers up-close look at infant development – Beckman Institute

What’s small and smart and worn all over?

It’s not a riddle, but a list of attributes envisioned by Nancy McElwain, a professor of human development and family
studies at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, as she searched for a data collection tool compatible with her youngest research participants.

McElwain’s research focuses on attachment proce…….

Wearable tech offers up-close look at infant development – Beckman Institute

What’s small and smart and worn all over?

It’s not a riddle, but a list of attributes envisioned by Nancy McElwain, a professor of human development and family
studies at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, as she searched for a data collection tool compatible with her youngest research participants.

McElwain’s research focuses on attachment proce…….

Wearable tech offers up-close look at infant development – Beckman Institute

What’s small and smart and worn all over?

It’s not a riddle, but a list of attributes envisioned by Nancy McElwain, a professor of human development and family
studies at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, as she searched for a data collection tool compatible with her youngest research participants.

McElwain’s research focuses on attachment proce…….

Wearable tech offers up-close look at infant development – Beckman Institute

What’s small and smart and worn all over?

It’s not a riddle, but a list of attributes envisioned by Nancy McElwain, a professor of human development and family
studies at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, as she searched for a data collection tool compatible with her youngest research participants.

McElwain’s research focuses on attachment proce…….

Insights on Global Wearable Technology Market Size & Share to Surpass USD 380.5 Billion by 2028, Exhibit a CAGR of 18.5% – Industry Analysis, Trends, Value, Growth, Opportunities, Segmentation, Outlook & Forecast Report by Facts & Facto – GlobeNewswire

NEW YORK, United States, April 13, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Facts and Factors has published a new research report titled “Wearable Technology Market By Type of Product (Bodywear, Neckwear, Headwear, Wristwear, Footwear, and Eyewear), By Application (Defense, Healthcare, Enterprise & Industrial Applications, Fitness & Wellness, Infotainment, and Others), and By Regio…….

3M, Epicore Biosystems, Innovize Partner to Scale Sweat-Sensing Wearable Tech – HIT Consultant

What You Should Know:

– Epicore Biosystems, a digital health company developing advanced sweat-sensing wearables to provide real-time personalized hydration insights for performance and safety, today announced a new collaboration with 3M’s Health Care Business, a manufacturer and distributor of medical products and solutions, and Innovize Inc. (Innovize), a custom medical device manuf…….

Bio-Inspired Inks for 3D Printing of Next-Gen Wearable Tech – Medical Device and Diagnostics Industry

A new bioink mimics conductive human tissue for the development of wearable technology that is more compatible with the human body, paving the way for novel “integrated” electronics applications, researchers said.

A team from the lab of Akhilesh Gaharwar, an associate professor in the Department of Biomedical Engineering at Texas A&M University, developed the bioink, which is s…….