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Scientists have created ultra-thin electronic devices that can “melt away” in the body once their job is done.
The latest creation is an early step in a technology that may benefit not only medicine, like enabling the development of medical implants that don’t need to be surgically removed or the risk of long-term side effects, but also electronic waste disposal.
Biomedical devices can be extremely advanced, technologically challenging and complex products. Using the latest manufacturing techniques and often exotic materials, biomedical devices particularly those used in humans, present some of the biggest engineering challenges for the material science and medical research communities today. By their very nature, Biomedical devices being implanted in the human body must perform exactly as they were designed, without fail from the time they are surgically implanted, until the day they expire.
The development of biomedical devices can be extremely costly requiring heavy investment across the entire supply chain focusing particularly on the design, protoyping, materials selection, manufacturing and testing of these devices.