Without international partners, the Dutch province of Brabant could lose its leading position as an innovative hotspot. This is why the province is looking for cooperation with 5 German regions.
With this new ultrasound technique, therapies can be fine-tuned to the individual patient's situation.
People with eye disorders such as aniridia see very poorly and are very sensitive to light. A new electronic lens might provide the solution.
Bio-Inks will enable organs to be printed in 3D in the future. This also opens up the possibility of substantially reducing the number of animal experiments as a consequence.
Usono improves ultrasound in the sports world: ‘New market and way of working make for a promising future’
“Running a start-up is like an express train that never stops. You work from milestone to milestone and do everything you can to keep on […]
Prescriptions per telephone and telemedicine consultations for initial diagnoses have been skyrocketing in recent weeks. Fear of infection with SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus at medical practices is […]
A team of students from the Swiss Lausanne’s technical university EPFL is working on an app to check if your cough is a symptom of […]
Danish med-tech start-up Hedia has designed a digital assistant for people with insulin-dependent diabetes. A tool that can be of particular importance during the current […]