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16-year-old Indian-American engineer Krithik Ramesh wins $75,000 Gordon E. Moore Award

16-year-old Indian-American engineer Krithik Ramesh wins $75,000 Gordon E. Moore Award

Krithik Ramesh has won the $75,000 Gordon E. Moore Award for developing a machine learning technology for orthopaedic surgeons that enable greater accuracy for screw placement during spinal surgery.
Healthcare startup Docttocare raises $600K from mPower Solutions

Healthcare startup Docttocare raises $600K from mPower Solutions

Bengaluru based healthcare startup Docttocare has raised $600K in seed funding from Startup mentor Krishnakumar Devnally, Director of mPower Solutions.
Coffee addicts are more sensitive to te smell of coffee: Study

Coffee addicts are more sensitive to te smell of coffee: Study

Habitual coffee drinkers are not just more sensitive to the odour of coffee and faster to identify it, but the more they craved coffee, the better their ability to smell it became.
Healthcare startup myUpchar launches diagnostic lab in Lucknow

Healthcare startup myUpchar launches diagnostic lab in Lucknow

This augments myUpchar’s portfolio of existing services that include online and offline doctor consultation, doorstep delivery of medicines and expert healthcare information in Indian languages.
Leukaemia survivor creates low-cost ‘smart bed’ to help patients have safe, sound sleep

Leukaemia survivor creates low-cost ‘smart bed’ to help patients have safe, sound sleep

Nikhil Autar, who was diagnosed with leukaemia at age 17 and given a 10 per cent chance of surviving dodged the disease.
Smartphone game Sea Hero Quest can help detect Alzheimer's risk: Uni

Smartphone game Sea Hero Quest can help detect Alzheimer’s risk: University of East Anglia

Researchers at the University of East Anglia have come out with paper saying that people genetically at risk of developing Alzheimer’s can be distinguished from those who are not on with the help of smartphone game.
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World Health Day 2019: India need low cost toilet technology to boost access to sanitation

Billions of people including women, children, refugees, indigenous, disabled, among others are living without safe water. On this World Health Day 2019, India must pledge to use low cost toilet technology to boost access to sanitation.
Parallel workflows vital to gain regulatory approvals for the use of AI in digital pathology

Parallel workflows vital to gain regulatory approvals for AI in digital pathology

For AI tools to gain regulatory approval for primary diagnosis in digital pathology, it is imperative to adopt a parallel workflow to showcase the superior benefits of pathology diagnoses that amass data.
Columbia Asia Hospitals launches patient engagement suite

Columbia Asia Hospitals launches patient engagement suite

Columbia Asia Hospitals has launched Patient Engagement Application Suite, with patient-facing applications available on Web, Android and Apple devices.
CPHI 2018: Arbro Pharmaceuticals showcases patented products at India Pharma Week 2018

CPHI 2018: Arbro Pharmaceuticals showcases patented products at India Pharma Week 2018

Arbro Pharmaceuticals showcase its patented latest product containing Curcumin at the India Pharma Week 2018 being held at the India Expo Mart, Greater Noida.
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