Surgeons placing artificial wearable organ

Artificial and Wearable Organs

While most are familiar with wearable fitness monitors, wearables in the medical field are taking off for further integrated home healthcare. New medical wearable garments file for FDA approval and patents daily, with the goal…






The Future of Wearables

The (Near) Future of Wearable Devices

After the explosive releases of everyday wearables like FitBit, Apple Watch, and Jawbone, the future of wearable technology and devices is now moving at an even more accelerated speed – to a point where wrist…




SIC Codes for Manufacturing

SIC Codes for Manufacturing

Standard Industrial Classification is a system for industry classification established in the United States in 1937. This organizational system is used by government agencies to identify industry areas based on an assigned four-digit code in…


Color Change Textiles

Color Change Textiles

Color change textiles, otherwise known as chromic or chameleon textiles in the medical textile industry, are fabrics that change color when influenced by external stimuli. To create the transformative textile, the fabric is soaked in…