In this issue: Detecting language problems in children, democratising patient data, aiding sepsis...
- What does the future hold for MRI? Find out in the latest issue of Medical Technology
- Ekso Bionics to form $100m exoskeleton products JV in China
- 3D printing is changing personalised medicine, finds IDTechEx report
- How are emerging AI systems revolutionising the way that patients are treated? Find out in the latest issue of Medical Technology
- It’s time to intervene in the spread of HTLV
What does the future hold for MRI? Find out in the latest issue of Medical Technology
In this issue: Detecting language problems in children, democratising patient data, aiding sepsis care, the future of MRI and more.
Resonetics buys medical device manufacturer Caribou Technologies
Resonetics, a US-based laser micro manufacturing provider for the life sciences industry, has acquired contract medical device manufacturer Caribou Technologies for an undisclosed amount.
Ekso Bionics to form $100m exoskeleton products JV in China
Exoskeleton solutions developer Ekso Bionics has agreed to form a joint venture (JV) with Zhejiang Youchuang Venture Capital Investment and Zhejiang Silicon Paradise Asset Management Group in China to cater to Asian markets.
The Importance of Winning the Talent War and Investing in Education
Global vice-president of pharma biotech and medical devices at NSF Martin Lush recently had a meeting with a CEO to help solve his company’s pain points.
Could a new Alzheimer’s blood test disrupt imaging and spinal fluid methods?
Finding a biomarker in Alzheimer's disease (AD) that translates into clinical meaningfulness has been a real challenge for the field of biomarkers in the central nervous system (CNS). The current way to definitively diagnose AD is through brain scans and tests of cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) that must be collected via lumbar puncture, but these procedures are invasive and expensive.
3D printing is changing personalised medicine, finds IDTechEx report
A new report published by technology research company IDTechEx has found that 3D printing is disrupting the way in which personalised medicine is provided.
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