The company formerly known as Google Life Sciences is one of the firms behind Verb Surgical Inc, which will develop advanced surgical robots. This promises to be just the first of Verily's medical and academic partnerships
John Jameson might not have believed in miracles a year ago, but breakthroughs in modern science have made certain that he does now. The Tatum, Texas man had been blind for more than 40 years after an aggressive infection ended up taking his vision.
Evelyne Klinger is Head of Research at the École supérieure d’informatique électronique automatique (ESIEA), a private engineering college which focuses on science and technology as applied to computing. She tells l’Atelier about new applications for Virtual Reality (VR) in the medical field, an opportunity which is now beginning to attract industrial firms.
Apple's ResearchKit was quickly adopted by clinical studies at a series of universities and hospitals, but a new iOS app focused on rheumatoid arthritis from pharmaceutical firm GlaxoSmithKline marks the first time a drug company has made use of the framework.
Analyzing disease instantly: the medical tricorder has been one of the most exciting futuristic technologies in medicine since Star Trek. But will it ever get to the black bag of General Practitioners? As a movie fan, I love talking about how the science fiction movies of the last 100 years have shaped our ideas about …
Big Blue vient de réaliser un nouvel investissement d’envergure dans le secteur de la santé en achetant Truven Health Analytics, fournisseur de données et d’analyses médicales. Son portefeuille de 8 500 clients va venir enrichir l’offre de la division Watson Health.
Novartis is collaborating with Rani Therapeutics, a US start-up in an endeavour to produce a so-called ‘robotic pill’ enabling a convenient administration of complex biotech drugs that are otherwise, normally given by injection.
Rani’s capsule looks very much like a conventional pill, and is swallowed in the same way. However, the underlying mechanism of action differs in that the pill contains tiny needles made of sugar that are pushed into the wall of the intestine to deliver the drug.
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