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Cerebriu: Danish health technology providing shorter waiting times in hospitals

Cerebriu: Danish health technology providing shorter waiting times in hospitals

Introducing Cerebriu, the Danish company striving to improve workflow efficiency, quality and patient outcomes through pioneering health technology. New technology introduced by Cerebriu has been...
New imaging method sheds light on Alzheimer's disease

New imaging method sheds light on Alzheimer’s disease

A new imaging technology method has been tested to help shed light on Alzheimer's disease. Researchers have tested a new imaging technology method to study...
Revolutionising cancer biopsies with crumpled graphene biosensors

Revolutionising cancer biopsies with crumpled graphene biosensors

Graphene-based biosensors could usher in an era of cancer liquid biopsies after a new study has shown that crumpled graphene is highly sensitive to...
Protecting the older population from the threat of coronavirus

Protecting the older population from the threat of coronavirus

What are we doing to protect the older population from the threat of coronavirus and other dangerous infectious diseases? The Soapy hygiene micro-station may...
Telehealth services experiencing an explosion of demand due to the coronavirus

Telehealth services experiencing an explosion of demand due to the coronavirus

In light of the coronavirus pandemic, across the world many telehealth services are witnessing a surge in patients as hospitals attempt to veer care...
Why 5G enabled healthcare is important for patients and spatial computing

Why 5G enabled healthcare is important for patients and spatial computing

By empowering new tools, 5G enabled healthcare may help aid in caring for patients and preparing for complex medical procedures. While augmented reality (AR), virtual...
Digital healthcare: growing telehealth market to reach €15.20bn by 2025

Digital healthcare: growing telehealth market to reach €15.20bn by 2025

A recent report shows that the growing telehealth market is set to reach $16.7bn (~€15.20bn) by 2025. As the global population increases and health services...
Stem cells: what do bones have to do with boosting immunity?

Stem cells: what do bones have to do with boosting immunity?

A newly discovered memory that is stored in our bones has revealed the surprising role of stem cells in boosting our immunity. A  research team...
How digital technology is helping with age-related sight loss

How digital technology is helping with age-related sight loss

A new study has highlighted the potential applications of digital technology in helping policy makers better assess the impact of age-related sight loss in...
Can COVID-19, coronavirus, be transmitted from pregnant mothers to newborn babies?

Can COVID-19 be transmitted from pregnant mothers to newborn babies?

A Chinese case study has shown that coronavirus, otherwise known as COVID-19, is not transmitted from pregnant mothers to newborn babies. Chinese professors report in...
Elsevier gives full access to COVID-19 research and data

Elsevier gives full access to COVID-19 research and data

Global leader in research publishing and information analytics, Elsevier, has opened access to all its COVID-19, also known as coronavirus, research and data. Elsevier, a...
European awards programme offers funding to accelerate cancer research

European awards programme offers funding to accelerate cancer research

A European partnership between Cancer Research UK, Fondazione AIRC and Asociación Española Contra el Cáncer (AECC) is offering funding to successful applicants in a...

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