The Penang Development Corp and a top property developer are partnering for the development of an RM9.9 billion Medi-Tech City in Penang that will be an integrated, sustainable, hi-tech medical city and business hub.
An end-to-end AI-driven drug discovery and development and an innovation-driven international healthcare group in China are collaborating to advance the discovery and development of drugs globally through AI.
To explore digital transformation efforts after the pandemic, Singapore and Malaysia initiated digital cooperation projects to increase the adoption and interoperability of digital technologies.
An interdisciplinary research team from PolyU has developed the world's first “anti-virus 3D printing material” that can kill the COVID-19 virus on surfaces as well as most common viruses and bacteria.
U.S. Researchers developed AI that analyses potentially cancerous lesions in mammography scans and is able is explain and show examples of the basis of its conclusion to help make important medical decisions.
NUS Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine partners with a tech company to use holographic technology to teach medical and nursing undergraduates in delivering better healthcare experiences.
NTUH researchers and a tech company launched an app that monitors the regularity of the heartbeat and records abnormal heart rates with 95% of accuracy.
The Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity wants electronic components it can stitch into textiles that will adapt to changes in the external environment or user input.
OpenGov TV Fireside Chat with Geert Carrein
Part 1 of our OpenGov TV Fireside Chat with Geert Carrein, Vice President of Diagnostic Imaging, Barco Healthcare