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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.

Advancing AI models for Atrial Fibrillation-Related Stroke in Europe

Isansys to play crucial role in major European project to develop novel personalised AI models (virtual twins) and decision support…

Healthcare Ethics? Think like an engineer

Innovation in healthcare and biomedicine is in decline, with few tools to assist researchers and entrepreneurs to generate innovative solutions…

Enhancing Brain Tumor Imaging Diagnostics

Enhancing Brain Tumor Imaging Diagnostics: Diffuse gliomas are malignant brain tumors and cannot be optimally examined by conventional imaging using…

New speech analysis data aims to help silence speak volumes

Sophisticated new analysis of the physical processes which create the sounds of speech could help empower people with speech impairments…

Safeguarding the health of astronauts at Northumbria University

Space health experts at Northumbria University have won a global competition that will enable them to explore blood flow restriction…

Social robots could be an effective tool to combat loneliness

People interacting with social robots disclosed more about themselves over time and reported feeling less lonely, according to a new…

Empowering students to boost skin confidence through design

The Skin Health Alliance, a non-profit responsible for accrediting skin safe products and educating consumers on skin health, has recently…

New funding will support development of wearable diagnostics for neuromuscular diseases

A researcher from the University of Glasgow has received an EPSRC Open Fellowship to develop new wearable technology capable of…

Using “superhero bugs” and AI to save lives from infections

Using “superhero bugs” and AI to save lives from infections: Curtin University research is aiming to combine artificial intelligence with…

Medical research receives funding award at Northumbria University

Two renowned biomedical researchers have been awarded £1 million to undertake world-leading research into diseases such as prostate cancer and…

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