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Searching for Sepsis—Fast and Slow

Unlocking Insights to Empower Clinicians Doctors are human beings, and some patients leave an impression that lasts a lifetime.   Early in his career, Jeff Hersh, Ph.D., M.D., Chief Medical Officer of [...]

Slam Dunk: A New MRI Scanner Helps Offer Hope For Injured Basketball Players, Cancer Patients

  Edwin Oei has seen a lot of knees. The musculoskeletal radiologist at Erasmus MC medical center in the Netherlands says around half of all scans at Dutch community hospitals focus [...]

This small Austrian village is alive with the sound of… ultrasound

Beyond bucolic trees and a valley, lies some of the most advanced obstetric and gynecological technology By Amy Kover Nestled in an emerald valley surrounded by snowcapped Alpine peaks, the village [...]

Chill out: Harnessing new freezing technology to help deliver the future of medicine

Digitally enabled cryogenic cold chain technology can now deliver the raw materials needed to manufacture cellular therapies When Dr. Edward Scott started his career as a hematologist in the 1970s, he [...]

Private healthcare players in Indonesia are stepping up to support the national healthcare agenda

Mayapada Healthcare’s latest partnership will focus on improving healthcare access across its six new hospitals by 2020 Indonesia is the world’s largest island country, with over 13,000 islands and more than [...]

This partnership has produced some of the most important imaging tech of the last three decades

From a technique that tracks blood flow in the body during an MR scan to the imaging tech that sees the brain like never before, the  University of Wisconsin-Madison’s work with medical tech continues [...]

Turning a stem cell into a brain cell isn’t easy – this company does it every day and finally received the resources to scale

New Swedish Biotech Center will help companies like BioLamina develop and fine-tune their manufacturing processes so they can jump to large-volume production By Tomas Kellner Since she was a child, Therése Kallur [...]

Technological advancements and growing expertise about prematurity are increasing preterm babies’ chances of survival

During the last 10 years, the smallest baby saved has improved from 550 to 350 grams, and the youngest baby saved has improved from 26 to 22 weeks. When Sarah and [...]

A Different Answer for Cancer

How a three-hour, minimally invasive procedure gave one patient with liver cancer another chance at life  When Georgeann Jansson was diagnosed with Hepatocellular Carcinoma, the most common form of primary liver [...]

From up in the cloud to building from ground level: Where to look for top trends and topics in biopharma and cell therapy

In the exciting world of Life Sciences, news comes thick and fast. Look back at the top stories that broke in the last three months 1. Going viral: How a new factory-in-a-box [...]

Treating Patients with Handheld Ultrasound at Soaring Heights

This rescue helicopter provides emergency services to a New Zealand island with the help of a portable ultrasound Scattered across 150,000 square kilometers of beautiful farm land, mountainous terrain, and rugged coastline, South [...]

The Singapore Sling: Tapping into the island state’s strengths in research and development

There is more than one reason why Singapore should be in the spotlight this summer; its med-tech innovations are shining on the world stage Many countries in Asia boast longer than [...]
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