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Fighting antibiotic-resistant bacteria with molecular tweezers

Researchers have created an innovative method for combatting antibiotic-resistant bacteria that utilises microscopic molecular tweezers. The team, led by scientists from the Ben-Gurion University (BGU),...
Wounds, infection prevention, and technology

Wounds, infection prevention, and technology

HEQ speaks to the Association for the Advancement of Wound Care about infection control and innovation in wound treatment. The Association for the Advancement of...
Detecting bone-healing stem cells with nanotechnology

Detecting bone-healing stem cells with nanotechnology

A team of scientists has used nanotechnology to detect bone-healing stem cells which could eventually lead to new treatments for major bone fractures and...
technology-enabled care

Technology-enabled care is here to stay

Marc Schmid, Redmoor Health CEO, discusses the potential of technology-enabled care to help NHS clinicians achieve the government’s goal of digital transformation across the...
Cutting-edge nanotechnology could lead to Alzheimer’s disease test

Cutting-edge nanotechnology could lead to Alzheimer’s disease test

A group of scientists have used cutting-edge nanotechnology to extract blood signal of neurodegeneration, which they hope could enable a test for early Alzheimer’s...
Empowering the patient-doctor relationship with digital technology

Empowering the patient-doctor relationship with digital technology

TIYGA Health Managing Director Katrina Delargy examines the role of digital technology in post-2020 healthcare. 2020 was a year in which most of us found...
The added value of simulation-based training in healthcare

The added value of simulation-based training in healthcare

Simulation-based training is an important part of the development and learning process of knowledge and skills. For example, a pilot learns to fly in...
Single cell sequencing technology could find drugs that eradicate cancer

Single cell sequencing technology could find drugs that eradicate cancer

Researchers have developed a new sequencing method that could boost international research efforts to find drugs that could eradicate cancer. The single cell sequencing method,...
New COVID-19 testing chip can deliver results on smartphone

New COVID-19 testing chip can deliver results on smartphone

A new microfluidic chip has been developed that can provide COVID-19 test results on a smartphone in less than 55 minutes without the need...
Scientists create most detailed 3D scan of congenital heart disease

Scientists create most detailed 3D scan of congenital heart disease

Scientists have created the most detailed 3D heart scan of a rare form of congenital heart disease. The team at the University of Manchester have...
digital reform in the social care sector

The need for digital reform in the social care sector

TEC Services Association CEO Alyson Scurfield details the need for comprehensive digital reform within the social care sector
Using machine learning to find COVID-19 treatment options

Using machine learning to find COVID-19 treatment options

A group of researchers have developed a new system using machine learning to identify drugs that could be repurposed as treatment options for COVID-19...
New and definitive diagnosis method for irritable bowel syndrome

New and definitive diagnosis method for irritable bowel syndrome

A new partnership will see the development of an innovative diagnostic technology that will allow doctors to clearly diagnose irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). Currently, there...
Artificial Intelligence in the healthcare sector

From vision to reality: the rise of Artificial Intelligence in the healthcare sector

Paula Bellostas Muguerza, Principal at Kearney, explores the growing significance of Artificial Intelligence in the healthcare sector.
UK institutions receive £2.3m grant for research of tropical diseases

UK institutions receive £2.3m grant for research of tropical diseases

Three UK institutions have been awarded £2.3m to investigate tropical diseases affecting some of the world’s poorest populations. Scientists from Oxford Brookes University, University of...
ADVOS multi-organ support to tackle multi-organ failure

ADVOS multi-organ support to tackle multi-organ failure

The ADVOS – ADVanced Organ Support – therapy is the world’s first four-in-one treatment device providing multi-organ support for liver, kidney, lung and blood...
Lumnicleanse: effective disinfection solutions

LumniCleanse: advanced sterilisation products for effective disinfection

LumniCleanse provides affordable, safe and effective disinfection solutions, designed to sanitise environments and keep people safe.
UVC robot

Building an autonomous UVC robot for COVID-19 prevention

GlobalDWS: Combining UVC and robotics to create the  Disinfection Service Robot solution for COVID-19 risk management and prevention
Reducing the impact of administrative burden on frontline services

Health technology can reduce administrative burden on frontline services

In early 2020 the UK health secretary Matt Hancock reaffirmed that the appropriate use of technology would be ‘critical’ to the future of the...

Automated handwashing technology: the future of hand hygiene

CleanTech: automated handwashing technology that removes 99.9% of pathogens, reduces risk of infection, and improves hand hygiene performance

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