Medical Miracles stories

 
You're not going to be using your heart as a power generator for your cellphone anytime soon, but it soon might come in handy for powering a medical implant or embedded sensor. Scientists at Georgia Tech are first trying out their Muscle-Driven In Vivo Nanogenerator idea on rats, using a minuscule nanowire to convert the motion of flexing muscles into electric current using piezoelectric energy.