The Israeli company harnesses technology to create a personalized profile for each cancer patient, in order to customize their treatments according to their specific genetic mutations
A titan of lab research, Aussie scientists are struggling to transition to an entrepreneurial culture, reluctant to take investments despite hefty offers
There is a growing sector of 'diabetes tech' preparing to offer its services to 'pre-diabetics' with diagnoses in the US expected to triple in the next thirty years
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Israeli company Laminate wants to prevent unnecessary treatments with a special device fitted on the vein that ensures flow of blood during dialysis is right amount
Israel-based Intensix's software tries to anticipate changes in a patient's condition before they happen
Startups developing neurotechnology linked to preventative medicine and better living will be the main focus of the company
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It marks a good start for the Catalonian capital which saw startups raise a collective €245 million in 2016.
Producing unique models for doctors to practice breast surgery, Özge Akbulut pushes the frontiers of material science in a challenge to VR-simulated surgeries