Apple a décidé de participer au financement du nouvel hôpital de Stanford.La marque à la pomme rejoint dans cette initiative HP, eBay, Intuit et Oracle, qui devraient contribuer à hauteur de 150 millions de dollars à la construction de ce centre hospitalier dont le coût total est estimé à deux milliards de dollars.
Just over a week after it received 510(k) clearance from the FDA, MIM Software, Inc.'s Mobile MIM imaging app has been given Apple's blessing as well. Starting today, the free Mobile MIM app is available in Apple's iTunes App Store.
Fast Company, a magazine devoted to innovation in business, is the latest company to offer a partner badge on foursquare. The badge celebrates their list of Most Innovative Companies. Users can unlock it by following Fast Company on foursquare and checking in at their recommended places, which include places where the founders of some of the Most Innovative Companies have been inspired.
A new device from Echo Therapeutics promises to speed up the effects of Lidocaine, a topical anesthetic, so shots, IVs, and other medical procedures will be less painful. It's inching towards FDA approval.
The European Medicines Agency has released new guidance on medicines based on stem cells. The guidance covers the different types of stem cells used in medicines, and the considerations that companies need to take into account when developing medicines including stem cells or developed from stem cells.
Staying virus-free this flu season involves a regimen of a healthy lifestyle, as well as getting a yearly flu vaccination. However, even these might not be enough if you travel or live in areas where the seasonal flu is more prevalent.
A team of researchers in Switzerland brings brain-computer interfaces to the next level--by making them less exhausting. And a team in Germany makes them scarier--by showing that you can even use them to drive a car.
All too often, the beauty of scientific knowledge gets trapped in monochrome graphs and jarring acronyms. The touch of talented artists, however, can set it free.
The 2010 International Science and Engineering Visualization Challenge released its top stunning entries today. They appear in the Feb. 18 issue of Science, which together with the National Science Foundation sponsored the event. From GPS-tracked trash and nanoscale ripples to colliding quasars and hairy tomato seeds, dig into our favorite science visualizations in this gallery.
French startup E(ye)Brain, in collaboration with neurologists at La Pitié-Salpêtrière Hospital in Paris, has been working on a video-oculography measurement technology for early diagnosis of neurological diseases.
PEPID is recognized as having the most extensive drug database on the market today, along with thousands of disease profiles and medical conditions, medical and dosing calculators, a drug interaction checker, illustrations, laboratory values and a symptom checker — all of which are now available for the Apple iPad.
Un employé sur cinq critiquerait son employeur via les réseaux sociaux. C’est ce qu’a révélé récemment un sondage ViaVoice. En marge des affaires judiciaires qui ont attiré l’attention des médias se pose une autre problématique, pourtant plus sensible : quid du secret médical sur les réseaux sociaux ?