Hy2Care, a spin-off of the University of Twente in the Netherlands, is developing a special gel to repair cartilage in knees. This should improve the quality of life for a lot of young patients.
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.
With this clearance, Sirius Medical can now provide an alternative to other more invasive methods of imaging during oncological surgery.
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.
”Your sneak preview of the future” is the slogan of Innovation Origins, and that’s just what we will highlight with our Start-up of the Week […]
Ensuring that minimal access surgery (MAS) is available to everyone is what motivated the co-founders of CMR Surgical to set up this start-up. They saw […]
Microsure’s surgical robot – which helps healthcare professionals perform better, faster and more affordable procedures – is ready for use, just not for the market. […]
Artificial intelligence is taking on more and more tasks in our modern world. For example, we use it every day when we use online search […]
Medical science in the Netherlands is known for its pioneering discoveries. Sometimes these solutions may seem simple, but they can speed up processes considerably. Such […]
Innovation is taking place in all kinds of sectors, some of which affect more people than others. Yet no one can avoid this sector as […]
Surgical procedures always pose a risk. Moreover, x-ray imagery or data from CT or MRT do not reveal everything. A research project led by the […]
Microsure, a joint spin-off by Eindhoven University of Technology and Maastricht UMC+, this week becomes fully independent. The company’s development of a surgical robot able […]