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Could induced pluripotent stem cells be the breakthrough genetics has been waiting for?

Induced pluripotent stem cells sidestep some of the ethical challenges normally associated with stem cell research, but developments will need to be rigorously tested before human trials can begin

Johnson & Johnson partners with US Government to co-fund COVID-19 vaccine research

As part of a new deal with the Biomedical Advanced Research and Development Authority, Johnson & Johnson is investing $1bn in COVID-19 vaccine research and development

How technology can help the global refugee crisis

While technology is by no means a solution to displacement, it can improve the lives of those who have been uprooted from their homes as a result of conflict or persecution

PhenoMx promises advanced medical imaging, anywhere, anytime

Digital health futurist Maneesh Juneja and medical imaging innovator Mark Punyanitya discuss the future of healthcare and accessibility

PhenoMx executes MOU to develop strategic initiatives for Thailand’s biotech, life sciences and medical industries

The US-based healthtech company has announced a memorandum of understanding in partnership with the Thailand Centre of Excellence for Life Sciences

Start-up raises $3.5m to provide medical insurance to digital nomads

SafetyWing, a Norwegian start-up, has secured a round of seed funding that will enable it to offer a much-needed social safety net to digital freelancers

Horseshoe crabs are being exploited for their life-saving blood

Despite having lived on the planet for more than 450 million years, horseshoe crabs are now under threat. The use of their blood in the biomedical industry is placing additional pressure on already-depleted numbers

Karantis360 and IBM Cloud: Helping people in care live at home for longer

Chief Visionary Officer Helen Dempster tells IBM’s Karen Dewar how the healthtech company is leveraging IBM’s Cloud services

PhenoMx is bringing MRI to the masses

The field of radiology largely focuses on diagnosis, but its applications could be far more wide-ranging if it were used as a preventative tool

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Virtual reality will change how the healthcare sector treats patients

Virtual reality is on the cusp of taking the healthcare sector by storm. With seemingly endless ways to help people with a variety of medical conditions, the virtual world is set to transform the lives of millions

How a pioneering 3D printing technique is revolutionising healthcare

In the early 1980s, a small cup became the world’s first 3D printed object. More than three decades later, and the industry is reaching for the Holy Grail: printed organs

A fairy godmother for research and development in biopharmaceuticals

Only five percent of candidate drugs currently make it through the initial R&D phase. With demand for novel biopharmaceuticals growing, Batavia Biosciences is helping organisations improve their development processes