All articles by Chloe Kent

  1. New sperm imaging tech could revolutionise male fertility testing

    A new means of analysing sperm developed by researchers at the University of Birmingham could bring substantial improvements to male…
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    7 Jun
  2. AI algorithm analyses gene pair variants to improve rare disease diagnosis

    A team of Belgian researchers are using artificial intelligence (AI) to identify the causes of rare disease and improve their…
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    6 Jun
  3. XRHealth partners with VirZOOM on VR exercise for healthcare market

    Medical extended reality company XRHealth has partnered with VirZOOM to transform virtual reality (VR) exercise for patients in hospitals, rehab…
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    5 Jun
  4. Home-based brain stimulation treatment for depression launches in UK

    An at-home, medical-grade brain stimulation headset has launched in the UK, and claims to offer an alternative to pharmacological treatment…
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    4 Jun
  5. Warwick Uni mass spectrometry spin-out secures seed funding

    University of Warwick spin-out Verdel Instruments has raised seed funding of over £230,000 from Longwall Ventures and British public innovation…
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    3 Jun
  6. US medical device tax: should it be gone for good?

    In the US, sales of medical devices are supposed to be subject to a 2.3% tax under the Patient Protection…
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    30 May
  7. Australian patient data vulnerable to cyber attacks, audit finds

    An audit has concluded that patient data in the Australian state of Victoria’s public health system could easily be breached….
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    30 May
  8. Skin Cancer Awareness Month: using AI to detect malignant moles

    Deep Ensemble for the Recognition of Malignancy, known as DERM for short, is an artificial intelligence (AI) that its creators…
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    29 May
  9. 3D-printed artificial corneas could replace donor transplants

    A 3D-printed artificial cornea made of decellularised corneal stroma and stem cells may eventually replace the use of donated corneas…
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    29 May
  10. Brain stimulation may improve sight recovery after stroke

    Non-invasive brain stimulation may help speed up and improve vision recovery for cortically blind patients following a stroke or similar…
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    28 May
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