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Cogniss opens new UK with new global headquarters in Cambridge

Cogniss, a no-code ecosystem for digital health, has launched its new global headquarters in Cambridge, UK, as the tech company's growing user base of health innovators accelerates in the UK and Europe. Read more here.

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NIHR and EPSRC to invest £25m for research into long-term health conditions

NIHR and EPSRC to invest £25m for research into long-term health conditions

The National Institute for Health and Care Research (NIHR) and the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) are investing £25m to fund new research for people living with multiple long-term conditions (MLTC). Read more here.

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Ex-Habito boss raises £2.5m for savings app Communion

Ex-Habito boss raises £2.5m for savings app Communion

Savings app Communion, launched by the founder behind digital mortgage startup Habito, has raised £2.5m in a pre-seed funding round. The app combines a standard savings account, with a 3.66% AER, with an educational platform that coaches users on savings. Read…

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Insourcing production: a strategic move for moonbird's growth and quality control

Insourcing production: a strategic move for moonbird's growth and quality control

At Moonbird, they are committed to constant improvement and delivering the best possible experience to the customers. They recently made a bold decision to transition from outsourcing to insourcing the assembly of their handheld Moonbird devices. Read more here.

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Why Market Research Is Essential For Biotech And Healthcare Companies

It’s a tough economic climate for biotech and healthcare companies. We’re seeing wave after wave of layoffs in the news, and not even the biggest or most powerful brands seem to be spared. As companies tighten their belts, internal marketing teams and their budgets are often among the first impacted. This can make market research feel like a tempting line item to slash—after all, when you’re struggling to budget brand-building in the first place, why spend the money to validate it?

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A novel, wearable device may help detect breast cancer at home

A novel, wearable technology that can be attached to a bra may one day help people detect signs of breast cancer from the comfort of their homes.  Breast cancer is the most prevalent cancer worldwideTrusted Source, accounting for around 1 in 6 cancer-related deathsTrusted…

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The Future Of Healthcare Has Arrived: How To Seize The Moment

Imagine if wearable technology could detect changes in your body’s systems—heart rate variability, blood pressure, sleep quality, oxygen levels—and alert you if something was out of the ordinary. Or better yet—imagine your doctor had access to this real-time health data and could proactively order tests when something seemed amiss, without requiring you to even step foot in the office.

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Innovate UK awards Sano Genetics £330,000 grant for ALS study

Sano has been awarded a £330K grant from @InnovateUK to develop “Light The Way,” a platform for individuals at risk of genetic #ALS. Access to genetic testing, counselling, education, and peer support will be provided at no cost. Read more here.

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These Are The Most Pressing Issues In Healthcare Today

What are the most pressing issues in healthcare today? originally appeared on Quora: the place to gain and share knowledge, empowering people to learn from others and better understand the world.

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Headset ‘twice as effective as drugs’ at treating depression

Headset ‘twice as effective as drugs’ at treating depression

A study of a new headset, created by Flow Neuroscience, revealed it is twice as effective as the best-selling anti-depressants in treating depression.  The Flow headset uses a non-invasive brain stimulation technique called transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) to target…

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Healthcare Companies Must Understand Technical Debt

Kiltesh Patel is the founder and CEO of tab32, a complete cloud-based technology platform for the dental industry.

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Calling all local and regional authorities across the UK: £40m in funding has been announced

Calling all local and regional authorities across the UK: £40m in funding has been announced

The Department for Science, Innovation and Technology has launched a £40 million fund to spark local digital revolutions and unlock 5G benefits across the UK, with applications now open. Applications are open now, and there's a briefing call today. Read more here.

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