A new study from the Swedish Research Council has shown that a higher BMI may result in a higher survival rate in the presence of a severe bacterial infection.
Iedere week duidt datajournalist Jelmer Visser de coronacrisis op continentaal niveau met kaarten, visualisaties en animaties. Stevent Europa af op een coronavrije festivalzomer?
Researchers at the University of Edinburgh have developed a laser that can detect issues in donated livers before they are transplanted.
German and Swiss scientists want to use ESA parabolic flights to find out what influence gravity has on biochemical processes in cartilage cells to further research osteoarthritis.
A new anti-bleeding bandage can treat and prevent nasty complications. The so-called GATT Patch was developed in Nijmegen, Netherlands.
In the Dutch province of Groningen, applications of 5G are being researched and tested in transportation, healthcare and agriculture. "We can have patients diagnosed remotely by a specialist."
University of Cambridge researchers develop implants to help bypass nerve damage so people can move paralyzed limbs again.
The Radboudumc is the main driver of the European Bigpicture project, which involves almost €70 million. This opens up a whole new world for AI applications within pathology.
Four scientists from the University of Helsinki have found a drug that can even attack the antibiotic-resistant MRSA bacteria in hospitals.
Every week, data journalist Jelmer Visser sheds light on the corona crisis on a continental level with charts, visualisations and animations. This week: is the acute stage really over?
ONWARD completed with a successful 32 million dollar financing another important step in its mission to help people regain mobility.
Researchers in Vienna discussed the question of whether artificial intelligence will revolutionize medicine. They see stumbling blocks in the fears of patients and in still unresolved legal issues.
Each week, data journalist Jelmer Visser goes across the border to shed light on the corona crisis with maps, animations and visualizations! Today: is a corona hangover on the way after the party?
Music and sound play a major role in several emerging innovative health technologies deployed for people suffering from stress or dementia.
EPFL researchers have developed a hydrogel that forms within a soft tissue tear or laceration and uses ultraviolet light to bind it together.
New devices are being developed that can track your brain activity on the go. These will help personalized treatments for brain disorders.
Researchers from Austria and Sweden have developed a new method of treating malignant brain tumors that is expected to deliver better results and less severe side effects.
An investment round led by Invest-NL and supported by existing shareholders BOM Brabant Ventures, Innovation Industries and private investor TCIM will help the MedTech company grow.
Avatar Therapy is a new way to treat auditory hallucinations by personifying them in the form of an avatar so patients can learn to confront and deal with them.
In the Catharina Hospital in Eindhoven, the first patient in the Netherlands was implanted with this new subcutaneous heart monitor. In the coming months, this will also happen elsewhere.