Innovative approaches to improved patient care

The InterOrtho Research Group at Aalborg University Hospital in Denmark aims to develop an entirely new research area of improved patient care through advanced sensor technologies.

Vaccine hesitancy – when emotions trump reason

The University of Nebraska’s Professor Lawrence C Scharmann explores the issue of vaccine hesitancy and the role that education can play in tackling it.

Addressing the key translational challenges of regenerative medicine

Sophie Mountcastle, Science Manager of the UK Regenerative Medicine Platform, describes the current regenerative medicine landscape in the UK.

Understanding the dangers presented by the SARS-CoV2 Delta variant

Professor Sunit K. Singh from the Institute of Medical Sciences at Banaras Hindu University, discusses the SARS-CoV2 Delta variant.

One Health approach: a symphony of effort … a health exigency worldwide

The One Health Initiative’s Dr Bruce Kaplan calls for a worldwide fully-fledged institutional implementation of the One Health approach as envisioned and embraced by many realistic visionary advocates.

Harnessing data for better cancer care

Eduardo Pisani, CEO of All.can International, discusses the cancer organisation’s recently-published landmark report entitled Harnessing data for better cancer care.

Groundbreaking CLEAR study to facilitate electron-based cancer therapy

A novel study conducted at CERN’s CLEAR test facility paves the way for novel electron-based cancer therapy using high-energy electron beams that can be focused onto deep-seated cancerous tumours.

Computer vision with AI may revolutionise IVF treatment

A new study has indicated that the combination of computer vision and Artificial Intelligence (AI) may enhance IVF treatment.

Analysing the effects of long-period space flight on cardiac atrophy

Novel research conducted on mouse models may help to combat cardiac atrophy experienced by astronauts during long-period space flight.

Microscopy and machine learning algorithm can predict viral infections

Researchers at the University of Zurich have used fluorescence microscopy and machine learning to recognise cells with viral infections.

Robot-assisted cardiac surgery protects human operator health

A novel robot has potentially changed the landscape of future cardiac surgery, mitigating fatigue and radiation exposure for human operators.

Combatting pandemics with Artificial Intelligence-based predictive model

Scientists have developed an innovative predictive model that employs AI to calculate the likelihood of viruses spreading from animals.

3D printing custom medical devices to boost performance

Researchers at the University of Nottingham have developed a novel 3D printing method, boosting the performance of custom medical devices and increasing their bacterial resistance.

Enhancing the pharmaceutical industry with 3D bioprinter technology

A group of nanoengineers has manufactured a highly efficient 3D bioprinter that will potentially transform the landscape of drug development.

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