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Innovation

The Innovation section showcases a variety of groundbreaking developments in healthcare and medicine. It includes diverse topics such as empowering students in skin health through design, developing wearable diagnostics for neuromuscular diseases, and utilizing “superhero bugs” and AI in combating infections. The section also covers significant research funding awards, collaborations like Coventry University joining the Turing University network, and advancements in early breast cancer detection using robotic technology. Additionally, it explores the integration of AI in electronic health records, clinical trials for spinal cord injuries, and innovative medical applications like using substances from poisonous mushrooms against kidney cancer, emphasizing the dynamic and transformative nature of medical innovation.

New DNA origami technique promises breakthroughs in medicine

A new technique in building DNA structures at a microscopic level has the potential to advance drug delivery and disease…

New heart failure device could remotely monitor patients and prevent hospitalisation

A brand-new monitoring device for patients with heart failure may be able to detect signs of fluid overload, and could…

Lab-Grown Mini Organs to Speed Up Disease Treatments

Miniature, lab-created human organs to fast-track new disease treatments: Creating tiny, laboratory grown organs is one of the latest developments…

New super-pure silicon chip opens path to powerful quantum computers

New super-pure silicon chip opens path to powerful quantum computers: Researchers at the Universities of Melbourne and Manchester have invented…

Breakthrough paves the way for next generation of vision implants

A group of researchers from Chalmers University of Technology in Sweden, University of Freiburg and the Netherlands Institute for Neuroscience…

AI experts explore the ethical use of video technology to support patients at risk of falls

Video-enabled glasses have the potential to support  Northumbria University patients at risk of falls by allowing medical staff to monitor…

Pollen is a promising sustainable tool in the bone regeneration process

A study has shown pollen grains can be used as green templates for producing biomaterials, showcasing their potential to support…

How Pathway Is Paving the Way for a Healthier Future

Revolutionizing Healthcare: How Pathway Is Paving the Way for a Healthier Future: Innovation and the development of large language models…

World’s first high-resolution brain developed by 3D printer

In a joint project between MedUni Vienna and TU Wien, the world's first 3D-printed "brain phantom" has been developed, which…

New AI model detects ninety percent of lymphatic cancer cases

Medical image analysis using AI has developed rapidly in recent years. Now, one of the largest studies to date has…

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