UCL hopes the test will minimize the damage caused by age-related macular degeneration (AMD)
Based on the four editorial themes of sustainability, mobility, health and digital, the editors of Innovation Origins look back on 2020 with a summary of the most noteworthy news stories.
17 European partners are collaborating on an app to simplify communication between people with hearing loss and those who can hear. The European Commission is financing the project with €5.6 million.
"We want to give the consumer the experience of eating meat"
In 2021, an Italian company is set to introduce flexible neuroelectrodes for 'neuromonitoring' during tumor surgery. That makes it one step ahead of the American Neuralink from Elon Musk.
"Precisely because Brabant is a densely populated conurbation, the pressure here is high to develop smart solutions"
The Eindhoven based startup combines biofeedback technology with music to drastically reduce the effects of stress
British researchers have identified in a study five genes associated with the most severe form of COVID-19.
Plasmacure develops a product that treats wounds with cold plasma.
Being able to consult a colleague's expertise remotely is one of the possibilities that ZuidOostZorg is putting to the test with GemVision's SmartGlass.
In this weekly section, we follow up on our best read stories. This week it was the story about home testing. How normal will home monitoring become in the future?
Xilloc in the Dutch town of Geleen manufactures 3D-printed implants for the human body out of plastic that living tissue reacts well to. Hospitals from all over the world are placing orders.
A face mask that constantly sterilizes itself is the solution for those who really want to take to the streets safely. It also helps to reduce waste.
Scientists at ETH Zurich are researching how cancer drugs can be externally controlled with the aid of magnetic bacteria and thus be guided precisely through the bloodstream to target a tumor.
A team of researchers from Munich University of Applied Sciences has examined to what extent transparent face shields are suitable for protection against infection with the coronavirus.
3D printing offers opportunities for the healthcare sector. In the Brainport region, companies are working together to bring these applications to the market.
Innovation is sometimes just a matter of making small improvements. A simple application with sensors and a computer watch offers great advantages for deaf people.
A new test can detect cancer at an early stage in bodily fluids. The test will be cheaper and more efficient than biopsies currently used in cancer diagnoses.
Each week we follow up on some of our best-read stories here. This week: What do AI systems in hospitals need in order to make better diagnoses?
TraceBook analyzes patient data and advises healthcare professionals on suitable treatments. Patients heal faster and have a better chance of recovery.