GETT Asia's InduProof Smart Pro KG22203 is a hygienic keyboard for use in hospitals, laboratories or food production.
A powerful mathematical modelling tool will allow scientists to predict the properties of polymer networks before they are even created.
SCIEX's Biologics Explorer software enables users to acquire insights from their high-resolution protein characterisation data, and to therefore reach decisions quickly and confidently on the most important critical quality attributes for biopharmaceuticals.
The computer vision system can automatically detect a tiny baby's face in a hospital bed and remotely monitor its vital signs from a digital camera.
Trials leveraging AI technology and big data in the planning phases can optimise trial design and help researchers identify target patient populations.
Scientists used artificial intelligence (AI) to identify new biomarkers for breast cancer that can predict whether the cancer will return after treatment.
The Euretos AI Platform provides an integrated view of publications and relevant research data in combination with user-friendly features and workflows.
Within a single cloud platform, VisioNize Lab Suite users may gain access to a modular range of services that can be activated to suit the needs and workflow of the laboratory.
A picture of a person's inner eyelid taken with a standard smartphone camera can be used to screen for anaemia, according to a new study.
Using fluorescence images from live cells, researchers have trained an artificial neural network to recognise cells that are infected by adenoviruses or herpes viruses.
When Bumrungrad International Hospital first went live with the InterSystems TrakCare electronic medical record system, its clinical laboratory took a huge leap forward.
A PhD student at the University of Canterbury has been working on computational algorithms that can automatically read and analyse mammogram X-rays.