Virtual medicine is improving accessibility and efficiency in Singapore’s healthcare system; with telehealth services such as Smart Health Video Consultation, patients can obtain medical care remotely, cutting wait times and bridging geographical barriers.
The Institute of Technology Innovation is a significant step in collaborative efforts to advance technology and innovation in the Minhang region, with a focus on textile technology, innovative food, microelectronics, and green technology.
Under the project to build and implement the e-parliament, key considerations include international and domestic digital trends, regulatory reforms, and the use of suitable technologies to ensure the project’s long-term relevance.
The Puja Indah application is driving innovation and efficiency in government services, with 135 regions already on board and a goal to reach 171 regions by the end of 2023, offering diverse services to streamline access for the benefit of local communities.
The International Centre of Crop and Digital Agriculture in Narrabri is at the forefront of agricultural innovation, employing advanced technology to tackle farming challenges, enhance crop resilience, and ensure food security for the future.
Researchers found connections between cystic fibrosis and cystinosis, using digital insights, aiding precision medicine by targeting genetic mutations, leading to transformative healthcare advancements, and promising a brighter future in the healthcare industry.
Researchers from the University of Canterbury have developed a cost-effective insulin pump design aimed at making advanced diabetes management more accessible and affordable, particularly for those with limited access to cutting-edge diabetes technology.