In this comprehensive guide to cybersecurity, Healthcare Dive explores why cybersecurity is important for hospitals, how cyberthreats are looming over the industry and what CIOs and CISOs worry about while on the job.
Source: Cybersecurity — What healthcare administrators need to know | Healthcare Dive
Incredible breakthroughs in nanotechnology are driving 21st century progress. We look at Starpharma’s (SPHRY) VivaGel, which is doing just that in healthcare.
Source: How Nanotechnology is Changing the Face of Healthcare
DNA NanotechnologyA wide variety of DNA nanostructures have been assembled by folding long DNA single strands with short DNA staples. However, such structures typically need annealing at elevated temperatures in order to form. To accommodate the formation of such structures in living cells,
Source: Protein-folded DNA nanostructures | Science
In a world first, a man who was paralyzed from the shoulders down has been able to control his right arm with just the power of thought. This is the first
Source: Paralyzed Man Able To Move His Arm With His Thoughts In World-First Procedure | IFLScience
It’s that time of year again. Apple has released iOS 10.3 to all users today as a free update that can be downloaded over the air or via iTunes (for whoever does that).
Source: iOS 10.3 is here: Everything you need to know
Scientists have successfully used facial recognition software to diagnose a rare, genetic disease that causes multiple defects like cleft palate and learning problems, but is often hard to pinpoint.
Source: New facial recognition system helps diagnose rare genetic disease | Latest News & Updates at Daily News & Analysis
Simulation Specialist David Escobar uses the Form 1+ 3D printer for training, prototyping, and research.
Source: 3D Printing: The Cutting Edge of Healthcare – Formlabs
Tattoos that turn skin into a touchscreen could display notifications on your body and let you answer a call or pump up the volume with a tap of your fingers
Source: E-tattoos turn knuckles and freckles into smartphone controls | New Scientist
Nanorobots can be used to deliver drugs in targeted parts of the body faster and better
Source: Here’s How Nanorobots Can Make You Healthier : Academics : University Herald