Out of the Darkroom, Into the Light: Going Digital in Nairobi

By Hannah McNeish NAIROBI, KENYA: Having clothes ruined by ink and inhaling chemicals for hours in the hospital darkroom used to bother Margaret Njuwe and other radiographers at East Africa’s largest [...]

Heading Deep Into Eastern Africa with a Pocket-sized Ultrasound

From its dynamic urban environment to its proximity to Lake Victoria, Africa’s largest lake, Uganda’s capital of Kampala has much to offer. Some might say its people are the most enjoyable [...]

Weekend Pulse: Winter is coming but our athletes will be ready and the NBA takes on the Achilles heel of athlete injuries

This week in health, science and tech: Winter is coming… but our athletes will be ready, why the common muscle injury in athletes today is the Achilles heel, and something that’s [...]

Where the future of engineering, manufacturing and the Industrial Internet meet

The disruptive tech being developed at GE Healthcare’s Advanced Manufacturing Technology Center is changing the way Brilliant Machines are made. Imagine this: A factory operator lays out component parts on his [...]

Why the common muscle injury in athletes has become the Achilles heel for sports medicine doctors

GE and the NBA collaborate to provide doctors with clinical research to help treat common sports injuries With the 2016 Olympics underway and team tryouts about to kick off for back-to-schoolers, [...]

A Look Inside the Olympians Breaking Records this Year

The photos, videos and broadcasts now emerging from Rio show us the full range of human emotion. Pure joy, crushing despair, and unprecedented achievements are being captured and beamed to us [...]

How to bring early-stage research out of the lab and into the world

At universities all over the world, early-stage research often just sits in the lab—and that’s a missed opportunity. In the Life Sciences field, promising technologies are sometimes abandoned long before they [...]

The trend-spotting that reduced surgeries for the U.S. women’s wrestling team by 60 percent year over year

The concept of the Electronic Medical Record (EMR) is older than you might think. The technology dates back to the 1960s, with the earliest systems focusing on the most basic form [...]
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