Researchers at the Singapore University of Technology and Design have invented a low-cost electroporation device that has the potential to enable cheaper deployment of cancer drugs globally.
Researchers established advanced biomarker discovery platforms, identified new blood-based biomarkers and created an innovative AI-based scoring system that enables AD risk prediction, early detection and classification.
VSS is improving its operational efficiency with IT to cater to the 88 million people with health insurance and has been working with the Ministry of Public Security to link demographic information to the population database.
A novel technology designed to precisely image aggressive brain cancers and guide treatment is being developed by UniSA and an Australian cancer diagnostic company.
The university has teamed up with the Malaysia branch of a South Korea-based company to research the development of technology and other solutions for better water and sleep quality.
The Indo-German Science and Technology Centre has decided to establish an artificial intelligence-based initiative that will explore how the technology can be applied in sustainability and healthcare.
A partnership for AI-based precision medicine in an ICU hospital has established an early warning system for shock in intensive care patients and is delivering life-saving outcomes.
In light of the massive challenges the pandemic has brought to the country, New Zealand is stepping up its rapid testing drives and digital platforms have made the ordering process a lot easier.
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