Medicine

“New Era of Medicine”: Pills with a digital tracking device

Is the healthcare revolution all about digitalization? Check out this article on the first ever digital pill approved by the FDA : Abilify MyCite. How can this help physicians track if patients are adhering to prescriptions? What about data privacy? Find out more here. 

Microfluidics in Medicine

From diagnosing diseases to growing organs in miniature environments to effective delivery of drugs to their targets, microfludics opens the door to a big world of potential in medicine. Read the last of our microfludics series to discover how the simple process of flowing liquids through microchannels can harbour an explosive innovative potential.

The Revolution of Surgery and The Rise of Technology

It's the 21st century and technology has a bigger impact on shaping our lives than ever. The same is true for medicine. There are online platforms and tools to help physicians perfect their knowledge and skills. In the second SIUConversations event in Katowice, our speakers from MEDtube told us how.

Artificial Intelligence In Medicine: When Will My Marriage Counselling Be Done By A Robot?

Asking computers about your symptoms and getting diagnosed by them are not things that you might think would only happen in sci-fi movies any more. We are in the midst of much-improved healthcare, in the form of apps and other tools, which use Artificial Intelligence. But how much computer input are we talking about exactly? In this article we bring you the latest in AI technology in healthcare and discuss the implications. 

SIUConversations Katowice Session 1: How Startups Revolutionise Diagnoses and Treatments

Thinking outside the box is beneficial in all areas of science, including medicine. At our first SIUConversations event in Katowice, Poland, we welcomed Tessa Davies from Dem Dx, a clinical support tool that works as a diagnostic educational app. The app was developed for doctors by doctors and Tessa's talk inspired us to think how a startup can be revolutionary for those involved with it. 

3D Bioprinting: The Next Great Revolution in Medicine?

What is 3D bioprinting? How does it work? Does it in any way mean "printing organs"? Are we actually at that point? What else is 3D bioprinting used for?  In this article SIU brings you the answers to all of these questions. Prepare to learn about one of the most exciting technologies of our time!

The Call for Cheaper Drug Development

Drug development is a very lengthy and expensive process. Are there ways to make the process easier and cheaper? Here we discuss the current trends in the pharma industry, if these trends are enough to achieve what's in the best interest of the industry, scientists, and most importantly, the patients, and what can be done to improve the situation in the future.