Researchers have developed a VR map of a tumour to allow scientists to observe cells from all angles and for greater diagnostics.
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India-based company has developed menstrual pads from banana plant fibres that are free from harsh chemicals and biodegrade within six months.
Everyday technology receives a simplified update to better suit older populations.
A new inexpensive device has been developed that can test for infectious diseases with very minimal equipment.
Female ER patients could save swathes of time with smart toilets conducting urine pregnancy tests.
Using recycled plastics to create an artificial leg has made such prosthetics more readily available for amputees in developing countries.
A new health insurance plan for diabetics only charges if results are achieved.
The future of AI could inspire a revolution of the healthcare sector.
Researchers bioengineer algae to make high-value and affordable biologics products at commercial scale.
This innovative backpack design helps reduce debilitating health repercussions for manual labourers.
A prototype allows doctors to remotely monitor the performance and comfort of prosthetics.
A group of students designed a highly absorbent mask that could save vital seconds in emergency situations.
Researchers taught a machine learning algorithm to detect early signs of Alzheimer’s disease with a study showing more rapid and accurate diagnoses than doctors.
A sipping device helps users to train their tongues to swallow less and to discourage overeating and improve sleep.
A health tech startup is using a wearable headset and app to treat depression with brain stimulation.
This wearable device uses ultrasound technology to predict when users will need to go to the bathroom.
An app-controlled wearable can detect hidden high voltage points and warn users with vibrations, in addition to storing detailed information of incidents for supervisors.
A new intragastric balloon can be implanted without the need for expensive surgery.
A UK university has developed a healing lamp that offers an alternative treatment for chronic ulcers.
A new scarf from the US provides protection against air pollution, allergies and cold and flu.
A new menstrual pad collects period blood for diagnostic testing on a subscription basis.
An assistive handheld AR device can detect where patient veins are using an infrared laser and then projects this image back onto the patient’s skin.