• July’s top news stories

    Healthcare data surpassed the value of credit card or social security numbers for hackers, according to Synopsys, and the United States House of Representatives approved a bipartisan legislation intended to...

  • Medical Technology – Issue 8

    In this issue: Complying with the EU Medical Device Regulation’s translation requirements for the marketing of medical devices, machine learning in healthcare, Cyberdyne’s Hybrid Assistive Limb exoskeleton arrives in the...

  • June’s top news stories

    Industrial growth company Fortive made a binding offer to buy J&J subsidiary Ethicon’s Advanced Sterilization Products (ASP) business for $2.8bn, and Researchers from Cleveland Clinic in Ohio unveiled a new...

  • The world’s biggest healthcare companies in 2018

    The healthcare companies that achieved high revenue in 2017 focused on providing innovative healthcare services and products. Mergers and acquisitions of smaller healthcare companies were also one of the key...

  • May’s top news stories

    WHO has unveiled the first Essential Diagnostics List, a catalogue of 113 in-vitro tests to diagnose the most common and global priority diseases, and British Prime Minister Theresa May has...

  • Medical Technology – Issue 7

    In this issue: The UK’s National Centre for Healthcare Photonics, concerns over the future of healthcare exports to the EU, a software tool that creates mixed reality 3D models from...

  • Molecular imaging: nipping drug failure in the bud

    The UK’s National Measurement Institute (NPL) recently launched the 3D OrbiSIMS, an innovative molecular imaging instrument that could help determine drug failures earlier in the development process. Abi Millar investigates...