Daily Archives: August 1, 2016


Drugs, devices and technology: a triple threat in human enablement treatments

The visible progress in the development of human enablement and enhancement technologies has given a huge boost to its mass adoption potential, says Frost & Sullivan. Although there are several technologies such as exoskeletons, neurostimulators and nootropics, the technology with the best prospects for commercialisation is the non-invasive brain-computer interface (BCI). The breadth and depth…


Achieving clinical credibility in NHS IT projects

Taunton and Somerset NHS Foundation Trust was the first NHS organisation to procure and deliver an open source electronic patient record (EPR) in September 2015. Dr Chris Swinburn, clinical lead, explains how clinical engagement has helped make this a success. Anyone who knows me will know I am not very good with computers. Which makes…

© 2018 Rapid Life Sciences Ltd, a Rapid News Communications Group Company. All Rights Reserved.

Privacy policy

Terms and conditions