Tuesday, April 23, 2019

Research & Innovation News

Health Europa brings you the latest Research & Innovation News from across the field of European Healthcare & Social Care Policy.

Understanding human health with genome analysis

Understanding human health with genome analysis

Understanding human health has been taken to another level as researchers at the Garvan Institute of Medical Research and UNSW, Australia, have published a...
European bioinformatics institute to tackle life threatening diseases

European Bioinformatics Institute to tackle life threatening diseases

Following a £45 million (~€52.7 million) investment, the European Bioinformatics Institute is one step closer to improving the world’s understanding of genetics and molecular...
From promising ideas to commercially viable digital health solutions

From promising ideas to commercially viable digital health solutions

EIT Health considers the challenges and opportunities involved in delivering digital health solutions to the market and into healthcare practice. EIT Health leverages the expertise...
myLotus: fertility monitoring made easy

myLotus: fertility monitoring made easy

myLotus takes the stress (and cost) out of effective fertility monitoring – helping to democratise the fertility journey for all women. Women are having fewer...
Cancer screening device: detecting cancer from breath

Cancer screening device: detecting cancer from breath

Detecting cancer from breath doesn’t sound possible right? Well, SniffPhone is the new cancer screening device that enables early diagnosis of gastric cancer by...
Let’s talk cognitive evolution, tool development and social complexity

Let’s talk cognitive evolution, tool development and social complexity

Researchers have discovered proof that parallel development between cognitive evolution, tool development, and social complexity exists. A study analysed the selective attention processes that determine...
The eccentric marvels of biology: using tweezers to study FUS droplets

The eccentric marvels of biology: using tweezers to study FUS droplets

Did you know we can use laser ‘tweezers’ to study FUS droplets? Well, according to the University at Buffalo, USA, studying this protein can...
Explore International Women’s Day, with Ursula Muehle

Explore International Women’s Day, with EIT Health’s Ursula Mühle

Introducing Ursula Mühle, Director of Education for EIT Health, who talks barriers, challenges and the gender question, and delves into how International Women’s Day...
A good life longer: Bee Concepts’ vision for the ageing population

A good life longer: Bee Concepts’ vision for the ageing population

Bee Concepts CEO and founder Knut Ruud explains how the company’s innovative solutions are facilitating healthy, active lifestyles for the ageing population. Today, we live...
Health+Care: the evolution of digital healthcare

Health+Care: the evolution of digital healthcare

CloserStill Media are delighted to announce a new era for Health+Care that will crystallise the education and innovation offering for delegates in the world...
Beating Childhood Cancer: minimising deaths and late effects

Beating Childhood Cancer: minimising deaths and late effects

SIOP Europe and CCI Europe have the ambitious goal of beating childhood cancer, with the aim of curing more and curing better – towards...
What do you know about the mobile bedside bioprinter that can heal wounds?

What do you know about the mobile bedside bioprinter that can heal wounds?

Envision a day when a mobile bedside bioprinter filled with a patient’s own cells can be wheeled right next to them to heal wounds...

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