Artificial intelligence in intensive care units: University Hospital Freiburg relies on x-cardiac technology in clinical routine

Berlin: Berlin-based x-cardiac GmbH is pleased to announce that Freiburg University Hospital has become the second pilot customer for its AI-based software “x-c-bleeding” for predicting severe bleeding complications after cardiac surgery. With the implementation of “x-c-bleeding”, the University Hospital Freiburg takes another important step towards AI-based medicine. Severe post-operative bleeding and acute renal injury are… Read More »

Grünenthal and King’s College London collaborate to develop human induced pluripotent stem cell-based microfluidic cultures for pain research

• Dr Ramin Raouf from King’s College London and Grünenthal strive to develop reliable microfluidic culture models relevant for pain research based on human induced pluripotent stem cell-derived neurons• Grünenthal has expertise in developing human induced pluripotent stem cells towards sensory neurones and will support the lab of Dr Raouf with a total consideration of… Read More »

Unique service from STN transforms the reliability and security of satellite broadcasting in the MENA region

Dob, Slovenia, May 02, 2023. Broadcasters in the MENA region can now benefit from unprecedented reliability and security thanks to global content distribution solutions provider, STN. As part of its existing offering, STN is now able to offer a guarantee of no weather outages and enhanced interference protection when uplinking to Eutelsat 8West B satellite.… Read More »

What Are Polyphenols and Why Do We Need Them?

Polyphenols are powerful organic compounds found in plants, which offer protection from ultraviolet light, pathogens,1 oxidative damage and harsh climates. With more than 8,000 identified to date, consuming foods rich in polyphenols may help ward off both acute and chronic diseases, including cardiovascular and neurodegenerative diseases, cancer,2 Type 2 diabetes and obesity.3 While polyphenols are… Read More »

oneM2M specifications approved by more than 190 ITU member countries as ITU standard to simplify IoT adoption

More than 190 ITU-T member countries have approved oneM2M specifications as ITU standard, simplifying the IoT ecosystem lifecycle by minimizing development, deployment, and maintenance costs. The ITU-T’s SG20 Internet of Things (IoT) and smart cities and communities (SC&C) approved oneM2M’s security specifications for IoT systems as part of the ITU-T Y.4500.3 series, making the entire… Read More »