Posts Tagged Industry

Virtual Reality: The Future of Medical Diagnosis

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Researchers at Stanford Concussion and Brain Performance Center can diagnose concussions using virtual reality (VR) device. Sounds futuristic? Not quite. For Jamshid Gahjar, MD, PhD, Director of the Center said that ‘brain injuries are still poorly understood’. By using Eye-Sync technology – a VR headset platforms that […]

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The Viability of Drones as the Future of Medical Devices

Drone technology might be the solution to transport blood supplies to uncharted location during an emergency situation. Based on the study conducted by John Hopkins, ‘transport drones can safely deliver large bags of red blood cells, blood plasma, or platelets’ (Tantibanchachai, 2017). In addition, the study might […]

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WEConnect Europe conference in London on October 11 – 12, 201 at Barbican Centre

Join the @WEConnectEurope conference London 11/12 October for great corporate connections & networking! http://ow.ly/hXle30eXytx #WECIEurope

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Holli’s Apps of Google Glass

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Holli is a Google Glass’ application helps children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) to learn about social skills. Children with AHD will benefit from this technology since ‘it is a motivating learning medium’ (Williams et al., 2002) and ‘the technology provides a highly motivating medium for a […]

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The Must Have Medical Devices Apps for iPhone and iPad

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Apple released the iPhone X to celebrate the ten years anniversary birth of the first iPhone. The device has been part of our daily lives, and we cannot live without it. Until now, you might realise that the phone can track our heart rates and walk rates […]

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The Power of Visuals: Capturing the Candidates Attention

The Power of Visuals: Capturing the Candidates Attention

We love talking to you via our social media. It is the best place to share about…most things! However, we believe in the power of visuals. A compelling visual speaks a thousand word. Infographics, GIF, or short videos can simplify complex information and help the reader (especially […]

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How to Make My Job Description More Appealing to Candidates?

Advice from our experts at Medical Engineers to Attract the Best Candidates for Your Role

A succinct role description will help the recruitment consultant at Medical Engineers to handpicked the best candidates for your business. However, this might not the case since you might miss some vital details that prolong the search for the candidate. Therefore, our experts at Medical Engineers shared […]

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This Mirror Might Change Your Life Forever

EU researchers are currently developing a prototype device called Wize Mirror to monitor heart rate, body temperature, and skin tone. The main objective of the research is to help users monitor their day-to-day activities and help to spot signs of cardio-metabolic diseases. Source: Semeoticons.eu   The device will […]

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