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Vol 25, No. 04, April 2021
The Evolution of Medicine – Exploring the Contributions of Sony’s Technology
Contributing to The Evolution of Medicine with Sony’s Technology
The global COVID-19 pandemic has triggered dramatic changes in working practices of hospitals, especially strategies for treating...
Is digital technology making healthcare safer?
To err is human. Can the same be said for our digital counterparts?
Receptiveness of Tele-monitoring in Management of Chronic Health Conditions
Research study conducted by SingHealth Polyclinics (SHP) in collaboration with NUS Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine showed...
Detecting SARS-CoV-2 RNA with Rapid Lateral Flow Immunoassay
Scientists from the Suzhou Institute of Biomedical Engineering and Technology develop a novel amplification-free rapid SARS-CoV-2...
Study Validates Performance of MiRXES qPCR Platform for microRNA Biomarker Development
Cross-platform evaluation study demonstrates reproducibility and high detection rate for MiRXES ID3EAL qPCR microRNA (miRNA)...
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Vol 25, No. 04, April 2021
FEATURES  
The global COVID-19 pandemic has triggered dramatic changes in working practices of hospitals, especially strategies for treating and caring for high-risk patients. With every healthcare institution prioritizing the wellbeing of its staff, patients and visitors, we explore how Sony combines our technology to solve problems and strive for a society where everyone can live with peace of mind in the fields of diagnosis, treatment and education, help deliver improved patient care and medical education, as well as aid in transforming hospital workflows against the backdrop of heightened care needs and constrained resources.
Contributing to The Evolution of Medicine with Sony’s Technology
by Leonard Yap
COLUMNS  
Is digital technology making healthcare safer? - By Michelle Tan Min Shuen
To err is human. Can the same be said for our digital counterparts?
EYE ON CHINA  
Potential Target and Neural Circuitry for Psychiatric Conditions
Research by Nanjing University demonstrated a common neural circuit shared between psychiatric conditions such as anxiety and...
Study Provides Insight to Cause of Coral Necrotic Death
Researchers have identified gasdermin E (GSDME) from the reef-building coral Orbicella faveolata and ...
INSIDE INDUSTRY  
Study Validates Performance of MiRXES qPCR Platform for microRNA Biomarker Development Growing Demand for Plant-Based Meat Alternatives in APAC Exclusive Licensing Agreement Established for UTI Drug in China
BIOBOARD  
Mimicking Properties of Human Skin
Research team from the Structural Composite Research Center at the Institute of Advanced Composite Materials of the Korea Institute of Science and Technology (KIST) creates improved material to be applicable to wearable sensors and artificial skin.
New Brain-Training to Prevent Alcohol Relapse
Potential Use of Cancer Treatment Against COVID-19
Targeting Cell Signalling Components for Disease Treatment
Identification of Aggressive Tumour Sub-types for Targeted Treatment
NEWS CRUNCH  
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