A look back at the top topics and trends making headlines on The Pulse this year.
From global health to prefab factories changing biopharma, the top stories of 2016 continued to show just how health, science and tech are rapidly transforming. As the end of the year nears, The Pulse is counting down with the top topics and trends that made its headlines.
#1: The 5.8 billion people with limited or no access to affordable healthcare
Even as medical science has advanced by leaps and bounds, there are still millions of people who don’t have access to even the most fundamental healthcare services. These stories were part of ongoing coverage of the mission for the 5.8 billion people with limited or no access to affordable healthcare.
#2: Clinicians and code
The combination of digital and industrial, software and hardware, and minds and machines: this is how the industry is transforming data into actionable insights to improve lives around the world.
#3: Toughest Diseases in the World Meet Their Match: A Factory in a Box
KUBio, the world’s first modular manufacturing solution based on single-use bioprocessing technology, is helping manufacturers make biologics more affordable and accessible to parts of the world where they would otherwise be prohibitively expensive.
#4:The Promise of Cell Therapy
News announced this year could massively scale the burgeoning field of personalized medicine and with it the world’s life-saving treatments.