The massive and ambitious life science sector deal undertaken by the U.K. could be of interest to any government eager to boost funding for research infrastructure and long-term capital to allow start-ups to scale.
The grey zones of treating depression, Hhw robots make radiologists’ jobs easier, and putting some fun in erectile dysfunction. This and more in this week’s handpicked reading list about health innovation.
Humans having been using stories or narratives to transmit crucial information for thousands of years. Despite that, Western medicine largely ignores the use of narrative and instead continues to rely on lists of dos and don’t’s, facts and figures to compel behavior change.
Oslo kommune har på en fin måte illustrert hvordan de jobber med GPS lokalisering for personer med kognitiv svikt. Møt oldemora til Tim 🙂
Huge genetic databases are changing how scientists study disease. Meet Verge Genomics, which uses genomic data and artificial intelligence to transform neurodegenerative drug discovery. And read what happened when one biobank put 500,000 people’s DNA online.