Trailblazing Women In Science
To mark this year’s International Women’s Day, we spoke to five women scientists from Asia who are breaking barriers and leading their fields. They also have a message for younger women researchers.
Making Vital Signs Monitoring Accessible And Affordable
Technological advancements can make non-invasive vital signs monitoring available for everyone, removing the inconvenience of traditional monitoring methods.
Bolstering Healthcare Leadership
A ‘double crown’ accredited Australian business school launches a new master’s degree in Singapore to develop the next generation of healthcare leaders, policymakers, managers, analysts and economists.
Fighting Pathogens With Antimicrobial Technologies
Healthcare facilities are susceptible to the spread of infections, but developments in antimicrobial technologies are working to wipe the danger of harmful microorganisms out.
Making Traditional Medicine Mainstream
As experts pursue evidence-based research and develop regulatory standards, traditional herbal medicine moves towards more mainstream clinical use.
Taking Charge With Wearables
As wearable health technology continues to advance, consumers are set to have more control over their health monitoring than ever before.
A Healthy Helping Of Innovation
With over 30 years of experience in Asia’s healthcare sector, IPI Innovation Advisor Ramachandran Rajamanickam is passionate about helping local SMEs navigate the industry.
Fighting Liver Cancer, A ‘Silent Killer’ Stalking Asia
From driving patient awareness to strengthening healthcare policies, countries in the Asia Pacific region are tackling liver cancer in innovative ways.
Prioritizing Patient Privacy
Big data and big privacy typically don’t go hand-in-hand, but designing healthcare technologies with privacy in mind could be the key to their widespread adoption.
Carving A Niche—An Interview With Dr Rina Lim Of The Center For Innovation In Healthcare
Serving as the bridge between companies and clinics, the Center for Innovation in Healthcare enhances the usability and impact of novel technologies in the healthcare sector.