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UNDERGRADUATES used either their brainwaves or eye blinks to control drones in the northern region semi-finals of the Brain-Computer Interface Contest using Mind-Controlled Drones 2019 in Penang.
The French tetraplegic man who has been able to walk again using a pioneering four-limb robotic system, or exoskeleton, said walking was a major feat for him after being immobile for years.
Researchers around the United States are studying virtual reality’s role in senior care in many ways, including to see if it can help improve elderly patients’ cognition, loneliness, help with mobility issues or to better detect the onset of dementia or other health problems.
PANASONIC Group of Companies in Malaysia is awarding scholarships to five students pursuing bachelor degree programmes in public universities.
When Amazon joined Berkshire Hathaway and JPMorgan Chase last year in establishing a joint venture aimed at overhauling the US healthcare system, people could only guess as to what the three corporate behemoths had in mind.
NEWCASTLE University Medicine Malaysia (NUMed) will continue to position itself as among the most preferred tertiary medical related-course providers in the region.
Google said on Sept 6 that it was banning online ads for unproven medical treatments including most stem cell and gene therapy.
Artificial intelligence took three weeks to identify six substances that block an enzyme responsible for fibrosis and other illnesses, according to paper. But ethics expert warns it is ‘a long-term innovation with a complicated learning curve’ and developers and investors ‘should proceed with caution’.
LIKE many of her peers, Dr Yeap Leng Siew, 39, was raised believing that noble careers only include doctors and lawyers.
BUILDING a career in medicine and healthcare usually starts from the ambitions that most children hold from a tender age.