Currently, over one-third of the available medicines are based on active substances from nature. A research team led by the University of Jena has developed a method for faster and simpler identification of small active substance molecules.
The comfort of remote consultations with healthcare professionals is offered by a platform called telehealth. This is of great help to patients who live far away from their physician’s office or who might feel hard to travel.
New research finds that artificial intelligence by CureMetrix, Inc., a global healthcare technology company that develops AI-driven software for radiology, can greatly improve turnaround time for mammogram results and more accurately flag anomalies in a mammogram.
An international group of researchers has successfully applied AI technology to real-world retinal imagery to detect possible diseases more accurately and on a larger scale.
A majority of the new infectious diseases of humans (for instance, COVID-19) are zoonotic — caused by viruses found in other animal species. Detecting high-risk viruses sooner can advance research and surveillance priorities.
A quick and precise reading of an X-ray or some other medical images can be crucial to a patient’s health and could even save a life. Hence, achieving such an evaluation relies on the availability of a skilled radiologist and, thus, a quick response is not always possible.
A new study reveals that a computer program taught to look for patterns among thousands of breast ultrasound images can assist physicians in precisely detecting breast cancer.
Fourier Intelligence officially launched the new ArmMotus™ EMU during the RehabWeek 2021 that was held virtually this year from September 23rd to 25th 2021.
An augmented reality app for smartphones has been developed by scientists from the University of Basel to help people decrease their fear of spiders.
The National Robotarium, hosted by Heriot-Watt University, is pioneering intelligent sensing and tele-presence robotic technology to allow health practitioners to remotely assess a person’s physical and cognitive health from anywhere in the world.