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Defence Therapeutics technology holds promise for future cancer therapy

Defence Therapeutics technology holds promise for future cancer therapy

Canadian biotechnology company Defence Therapeutics has developed a new generation platform technology that offers hope for future cancer therapy. Defence Therapeutics’ ACCUM™ technology can be...
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MRI incubator could improve care for babies with heart disease

New technology for imaging babies born with congenital heart disease (CHD) is currently being trialled by researchers in Leeds. The Baby MRI incubator at Leeds...
sleep-disorders

New algorithm can improve diagnosis and treatment of sleep disorders

Scientists have developed an artificial intelligence (AI) algorithm to improve the diagnosis, treatment, and understanding of sleep disorders. Researchers from the University of Copenhagen's Department...
cardiovascular disease

Novel probe invention provides early cardiovascular disease detection

A team of researchers has developed a novel probe that enables earlier detection of cardiovascular disease, one of the leading worldwide causes of mortality. The...
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The first tumour-uninformed cancer DNA detection test

A novel study has assessed the world’s first-ever tumour-uninformed cancer detection test for patients in remission. The innovative testing method, called Guardant Reveal, was developed...

Emyria technology: patient-centred research for novel treatments

Emyria technology helps collect live, multidimensional patient information securely and confidentially, preserving patient privacy. Drug developer Emyria is by building a patient-centred research eco-system for...
bioprinting

Novel bioprinting procedure may enhance craniofacial skin and bone repair

Researchers at Penn State University have successfully repaired craniofacial skin and bone by implementing bioprinting technology during surgery. The team, led by Ibrahim T. Ozbolat,...
What are the benefits of AI in radiology and how can it be implemented?

What are the benefits of AI in radiology and how can it be implemented?

Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology offers time savings, improved performance, case rating by prioritisation and earlier detection of cancers. Between 1960 and 2020, the population of...

Clinical perceptions of AI in endoscopy

In this article, Mat Tallis, European Business Manager at Fujifilm Europe discusses the clinical perceptions of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in endoscopy. We often hear about...
The technology of COVID-19: unprecedented shifts in healthcare

The technology of COVID-19: unprecedented shifts in healthcare

Since its emergence at the end of 2019, the SARS-CoV-2 virus has had an unprecedented impact on people and economies the world over –...
A faster way to test bacteria for antibiotic resistance

A faster way to test bacteria for antibiotic resistance

Antibiotic and antimicrobial resistance is a huge threat to human health and now a team of scientists have developed a new device that can...
Why we need Artificial Intelligence in healthcare now

Why we need Artificial Intelligence in healthcare now

In this article, Amy Molten, Paediatrician and the Director of Medicine for Buoy Health, an Artificial Intelligence-powered healthcare navigation platform, discusses the vital role...
Not all telehealth solutions are created equal

Not all telehealth solutions are created equal

Just a year ago, teleconferencing was a tool almost exclusive to business users. Video added the personal touch that went beyond faceless phone calls...
https://www.gov.uk/government/news/16-million-to-introduce-digital-prescribing-in-hospitals

Hospitals in England to receive funding for digital prescribing

The UK Government is providing £16m in funding to hospitals across England to introduce digital prescribing. Patients and staff across 16 hospitals in England are...
Rapid, mass adoption of digital health technology

Rapid, mass adoption of digital health technology

“Fools rush in where angels fear to tread” – thoughts on rapid, mass adoption of digital health technology with law firm Bevan Brittan LLP. This...
New implantable medical sensor can biodegrade into the body

New implantable medical sensor can biodegrade into the body

A new, implantable sensor, made from materials that can safely biodegrade into the body, has been developed to monitor patients’ conditions. A team of international...
Digital transformation of healthcare in Europe – now or never?

Digital transformation of healthcare in Europe – now or never?

At the recent European Health Forum Gastein, leaders in the field of digital health discussed Europe’s route to digital transformation in healthcare and how COVID-19...
Tracking the role of macrophages in cancer spread with new technology

Tracking the role of macrophages in cancer spread with new technology

Macrophages are essential for the human body to fight off infections and bring other immune cells to the area of infection, however, they also...
Technological innovations of AI in medical diagnostics

Technological innovations of AI in medical diagnostics

Image recognition Artificial Intelligence (AI) has the potential to revolutionise medical diagnostics. In addition to enabling early disease detection and even the possibility of...
Medical technology: is the future self-driving laboratories?

Medical technology: is the future self-driving laboratories?

IDTechEx has identified three core technology pillars that are required for the advent of self-driving laboratories, including laboratory informatics, materials informatics, and robotics. Self-driving laboratories,...

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