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The artificial intelligence lab: what will investment in AI mean for the healthcare industry?

The artificial intelligence lab: what will investment in AI mean for the healthcare industry?

In healthcare, tech has already been used to update patient records, improve care delivery and streamline processes – could the introduction of an artificial...
A smart way to ease Europe’s health workforce challenges

A smart way to ease Europe’s health workforce challenges

Explore with Herwig Ostermann, the need to ensure necessary changes for the sustainability of health systems regarding health workforce challenges. Delving into the world of...
Driving digital transformation across the healthcare sector with HETT

Driving digital transformation across the healthcare sector with HETT

Introducing Healthcare Excellence Through Technology (HETT), the leading healthcare tech event designed to help drive digital transformation across the healthcare sector. At a time when...
Study shows sperm production for transgender women could still be possible

Study shows sperm production for transgender women could still be possible

Published in Pediatrics, researchers found that after a few months of discontinuing puberty-halting medication, sperm production was still possible in a transgender patient. Scientists at...
Everything you need to know about menstrual cups

Everything you need to know about menstrual cups

Researchers at LSTM have carried out the first scientific review about menstrual cups and found them to be safe, cost effective and enables waste...
Smart bandages to change the way we treat non-healing wounds

Could bandages be going digital? Monitor dressing and electric pulses to revolutionise wound treatment

The University of Nottingham has received funding to start the process of creating a disposable smart bandage that uses fibre optic sensors to monitor...
Therapeutic targets identified for deadly non-small-cell lung carcinomas

Therapeutic targets identified for deadly non-small-cell lung carcinomas

Salk scientists discover a pair of enzymes that drive non-small-cell lung carcinomas, a form of deadly lung cancer, by promoting inflammation. 85% of deadly lung...
Unlocking solutions: welcoming new applied health and social care research bodies

Unlocking solutions: welcoming new applied health and social care research bodies

Academic Health Science Network (AHSN Network) welcomes a new national network focusing on applied health and social care research. Introducing AHSN Network, the catalysts that...
Germany expanding digitisation with the new Digital Care Act

Germany expanding digitisation with the new Digital Care Act

Introducing the new Digital Care Act (Digitale-Versorgung-Gesetz), which is now a part of Germany’s efforts to expand the digitisation of the German healthcare system. Since...
What do you now about the effects of space travel on the human body?

What do you know about the effects of space travel on the human body?

Humans have dreamed of commercially viable space travel since the 1950s, and studies on the impact of space on the body have shown that...
Discover MedTech’s call to action for an interoperable data ecosystem for digital health

Discover MedTech’s call to action for an interoperable data ecosystem for digital health

MedTech Europe have recently published a paper reflecting on the world of digital health and it’s call to action regarding the need for an...
The digital revolution: good luck to Gould as he looks to galvanise NHSX

The digital revolution: good luck to Gould as he looks to galvanise NHSX

Matthew Gould’s first week as NHSX CEO is formally under way, but with the need of a new digital revolution, what should he focus...

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