@techcrunch.com 24 days ago
How Y Combinator’s founder-matching service helped medical records AI startup Hona land $3M
@techcrunch.com 1 month ago
Neurotech startup Neurovalens gets FDA clearance for noninvasive anxiety treatment
@zdnet.com 1 year ago
These medical IoT devices carry biggest security risks
@tech.eu 1 year ago
Practice makes perfect as Zurich's Simulands receives €10 million
@BrokenTruthTV 1 year ago
Does anyone have a source listing the members of all the boards of pharmacy, medicine, nursing, etc of every state that includes each person's affiliated hospitals and potential conflicts of interest? That's some #bigdata I'd like to see...
@tech.eu 1 year ago
Doctify, practitioner reviews you can bank on, now with another $10 million to spend
@wired.com 2 years ago
Big Pharma's Ethical Dilemma: Should They Keep Selling to Russia?
@extremetech.com 2 years ago
MIT Develops Inflatable Bionic Hand That Senses Touch
@BrennanSpiegel 3 years ago
"Big Data" vs. "Thick Data": There's lots of talk about the power of #BigData in medicine, but sometimes it's "Thick Data"-the detailed human stories-that really matter. That's why we added a qualitative research course to our MS program at #CedarsSinai: https://www.cedars-sinai.edu/education/graduate-school/masters/mhds.html https://t.co/eI3SPuLrpq
@TechRadar 3 years ago
Razer Hazel Demo and Project Brooklyn | CES 2021
@neowin.net 3 years ago
Google launches new app to let Android users participate in health research
@cnet.com 3 years ago
Contact tracers concerned police tracking protesters will hurt COVID-19 aid - CNET
@wired.com 4 years ago
The Covid-19 Newsletter That's By Doctors for Doctors
@engadget.com 4 years ago
The teenager that's at CES to network
@zdnet.com 4 years ago
Google’s DeepMind follows a mixed path to AI in medicine
@xconomy.com 4 years ago
Can Tiny Drug Doses (and One Woman’s Fortune) Fight the Most Vicious Cancer?
@zdnet.com 5 years ago
Doctolib can see you now: Meet the e-health tool that's taken off in France
@extremetech.com 5 years ago
Scientists Turn Wasp Venom Into Potentially Groundbreaking Antibiotic
@DSMeu 6 years ago
Europe has a major deficit in high performance #computing. The ability to quickly analyze #bigdata will directly impact the results of industry, research or medicine. That's why we need to increase investments in #supercomputing http://bit.ly/2mpeNbw #EUBudget #euroHPC #HPC https://t.co/ywpk1wJlLz
@WIRED 6 years ago
With all the recent privacy scares, it’s kind of a weird time to be asking a million people to voluntarily hand over decades of health records and DNA ...
@StMikesHospital 6 years ago
Congratulations to Dr. Fahad Razak on the Emerging Leader Award from @uoftmedicine. He is the co-founder of GEMINI, a project that's using #bigdata to improve #patientcare in General Internal Medicine » http://bit.ly/2v2ZZUW https://t.co/ON6uEUVoM5
@mashable.com 6 years ago
Biohacker who inserted travel card chip into his body gets fined for not having ticket
@DSMeu 6 years ago
Did you know that #supercomputers are extremely helpful in medicine, transport or weather forecasting? That's why Europe needs to have a powerful computing infrastructure http://bit.ly/2A2JRjm #HPC #H2020 #BigData https://t.co/XZBWZv58zz
@mashable.com 6 years ago
A best friend, nurse, and caregiver all in one—meet 'Mabu'
@mashable.com 7 years ago
HoloLens system uses augmented reality to aid spinal surgery
@mashable.com 7 years ago
This medical device eliminates the most painful thing about needles
@mashable.com 7 years ago
This breast pump is quiet enough to use on a conference call
@theverge.com 7 years ago
The Panasonic GH5 is a big, bad mirrorless camera that's all about video
@mathewi 7 years ago
RT @PerryStein: To everyone saying Women's March is barred from Lincoln Memorial: That's not an accurate reading of what's happening https://t.co/tEiUZK8joJ
@mathewi 7 years ago
RT @girlziplocked: Facebook uses your crushes and friends to drain your brain of dopamine all day and that's why you're dying of anxiety.
@WIRED 7 years ago
Just a little reminder that the AAPS is not an unbiased medical group. It is a highly conservative, tea-party aligned non-profit that's not even comprised ...
@katiefehren 7 years ago
RT @danprimack: Now if you get a headache from GMO discussions, you can just take some aspirin from the same company that's making modified seed.
@pmarca 7 years ago
Interestingly that's about the same as medical research overall. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1182327/ https://twitter.com/jaketapper/status/775780831050817537
@theverge.com 7 years ago
Smart stitches send doctors information on wounds as they heal
@extremetech.com 7 years ago
Brain training is nothing more than a placebo: study
@mathewi 8 years ago
RT @rapoportwsj: You want to know why the Theranos story matters? 1000's of people made medical decisions with bad info, that's why. https://twitter.com/johncarreyrou/status/733091370563473408
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@theverge.com 8 years ago
Nuts: a documentary about goat testicle transplants that's too good to be true
@pmarca 8 years ago
RT @stuartpstevens: Did a real doctor write this Trump report? That's some medical research he put into it. https://twitter.com/davidfrum/status/676604087090065408
@theverge.com 8 years ago
Ancestry.com is talking to the FDA about using DNA to estimate people's risk of disease
@WIRED 8 years ago
Cofactor is an RNA sequencing company that's turning away from drug discovery for big pharma toward consumer diagnostics.
@WIRED 8 years ago
Efforts are already well under way to transform Google into a place that's serious about life sciences.
@WIRED 8 years ago
According to the CDC, over half of American adults at the age of 65 and over are affected by incontinence—but it can happen to anyone, male or female, ...
@theverge.com 9 years ago
Cur is crowdfunding a medical device that isn't cleared by the FDA, and that's a problem
@theverge.com 9 years ago
This cute dog is terrible at catching food, and that's all you need to know
@theverge.com 9 years ago
Organ transplants between HIV-positive patients show promise
@WIRED 9 years ago
This freelance writer suffers from severe Tourette’s syndrome, but his prescription medication costs $720 a month in America (and that's with health insurance)....
@theverge.com 9 years ago
Congress rolled a major victory for medical marijuana in a spending bill