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In a matter of weeks, the coronavirus pandemic sparked a technological revolution in healthcare systems across the world that might otherwise have taken years.
Video games are good for your brain. Well, some games, at least.
Borderlands Science is the name of a virtual arcade game inside Borderlands 3 that helps scientists discover just what goes on inside the human gut.
Gripping a scalpel, Vladislav Zaitsev makes an incision in the fold of skin between his client's thumb and index finger and pushes in a small glass cylinder.
Langkawi is the host to a majority of 5G demonstrations highlighting the next-generation network’s potential in healthcare, security and more.
The screens will be bigger and bolder, the cars will be smarter and some of the technology will be up-close and personal – even intimate.
Months after his daughter’s birth in 2017, Chris Jung dropped off a test-tube of her saliva to his company’s genetic testing lab in Hong Kong.
Nanorobots on track to revolutionise disease treatment, making 1960s sci-fi movie a reality within a decade
The tiny robots are able to move within a patient’s body to treat tumours. A major challenge is how to make the tiny machines move against the blood flow.
Chinese University experts develop a device that can generate power from the motion of your knee joint as you walk
A healthy person on average walks about 10,000 steps a day, which is enough to charge a smart band or an Apple Watch, says expert. The device is lightweight and can be attached to a person’s thigh and shank to transform biomechanical energy to electrical energy.
The device aims to give logistics workers extra strength to lift heavy objects.