Technological advancements can make non-invasive vital signs monitoring available for everyone, removing the inconvenience of traditional monitoring methods.
In a rapid transition from traditional medical halls to numerous international outlets and an online store, embracing innovation has catapulted Eu Yan Sang into a household name in traditional Chinese medicine.
Singapore Biodesign supports local health tech innovators with a robust program, mentorship, workshops and valuable opportunities to meet investors.
With the rapid advance and proliferation of artificial intelligence, innovators have begun developing smarter machines to bolster a wide array of human activities.
Healthcare facilities are susceptible to the spread of infections, but developments in antimicrobial technologies are working to wipe the danger of harmful microorganisms out.
As the number of Internet of Things devices continues to grow, innovators explore energy harvesting as a promising solution to ensure power availability.