GE Gives a Leg Up to Early Stage Life Science Businesses

On 27th April Edwina Hart, Welsh Minister for Economy, Transport and Science and Kieran Murphy, President and CEO of GE Healthcare Life Sciences opened the Life Sciences Innovation Village, a campus [...]

The Future of Brazilian Health

Only a few countries provide free health care as a constitutional right, Brazil being one of them. In a country of over 200 million people, with almost the same landmass as [...]

From Rare Anomaly to Pull Up Champion, and the Doctor Who Made it Possible

Jessica already had two children and was feeling great in her third pregnancy, so she had no reason to think anything was wrong when she went in for her 28 week [...]

Charing Cross 2015: 2D/3D fusion – The Power of Imaging

Since the accidental discovery of X-rays in 1895, radiology has gradually become the cornerstone of modern medicine. Over the years, our ability to look inside the human body has developed immensely [...]

How Will We See the Invisible?

This episode of the GE ‘Invention Factory’ on vision looks at GE Healthcare’s 4D ultrasound technology, allowing clinicians to see a baby’s blood vessels, heart, brain and other organs in detail [...]

Untangling Alzheimer’s

The brain is arguably the most vital of organs. It is the source of everything we do, everything we think and everything we feel. It processes the cacophony of stimuli from [...]

One ACT can be the Change

Be it plastic, satellites, healthcare or agricultural products, “Come, make in India,” said India’s Prime Minister, Narendra Modi in a bid to improve India’s economy.  However, for many companies, making in [...]

Happy Birthday Wilhelm Roentgen, Discoverer of X-rays

Tomorrow marks the very special birthday of a man who, in a darkened laboratory on a cold November night in 1895, accidentally changed the course of medicine forever. Wilhelm Roentgen’s original [...]
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