The Australian Digital Health Agency will continue to work with the health tech sector to improve the experience for healthcare professionals using IT in busy healthcare settings and the connection of their systems across the health sector.
Using bio-waste to make carbon dots for water quality sensors without employing any harmful solvents, makes it a sustainable technology that truly adheres to the principles of green chemistry.
The share of Malaysia’s GDP coming from the digital segment is expected to reach 20% by the end of 2020. This progress builds largely on the government’s digital strategy first launched over 20 years ago.
The e-forum aimed to help businesses navigate through the pandemic by providing expertise on how to recover and adapt.
Investigators from NUS Biomedical Engineering at the NUS N.1 Institute for Health have been using AI, 3D printing and innovative methodology to make treatment, testing and infection prevention faster and more efficient.