The worlds first intelligent micro-drill to help correct hearing loss will be showcased at the Institution of Mechanical Engineers (IMechE) Robotics in Surgery conference at Birdcage Walk, London.
Oticon has just released the Oticon Acto, a new mid-priced hearing aid for people with mild to severe hearing loss. Acto includes features previously available only in premium hearing instruments.
New research from Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory (CSHL) helps scientists understand how sound responsiveness arises from the underlying circuitry of the auditory cortex.
Oticon has launched Oticon Chili for moderately-severe to profound hearing loss patients. It includes advanced capabilities designed to empower users to interact more naturally and participate more actively.
The Starkey Hearing Foundation will be featured on ABC television’s ‘Extreme Makeover: Home Edition,’donating over 500 free hearing aids to members of the Oregon School for the Deaf in Salem, Oregon.
GN ReSound has introduced a new kit for helping audiologists with wireless fitting of Alera hearing aids.
Oticon’s new Safari Super Power is specifically designed to empower children with Severe-to-Profound Hearing Loss
Eighty people attended Otometrics 8th semi-annual VNG/ENG educational course in Chicago, an increase from previous seessions.
National Academy of Engineering report suggests federal government explore potential engineering solutions along with changes in policy to control negative effects of noise in the workplace, in communities, and at home.
Oticon’s Donald Schum was named Distinguished Alumnus by the University of Illinois at Urbana-Campaign College of Applied Health Sciences.