Siren develops smart socks that can prevent diabetics from having their legs amputated, raises $11.8 million in funding.
Siren, a medical device company that has developed breakthrough technology to embed microsensors within fabric, raises $11.8 million in funding led by Anathema Ventures. Siren’s Socks and Foot Monitoring System wearable technology continuously track foot temperature, sending information to your doctor
Researchers at ETH Zurich’s Computational Robotics Lab have created a robot, called RoboCut, that sculpts Styrofoam just like an artist. RoboCut proposes a method that uses a dual-arm robot setup to actively control the shape of a flexible, heated rod as
Boston Dynamics has announced in a blogpost that it will be releasing a payload and application architecture for their mobile robot in order to protect healthcare workers amid COVID-19. Now that we have a pandemic to deal with, Spot has been
Psychotherapy via video technology is booming. The start-up HelloBetter is expanding its range thanks to millions of euros in financing. HelloBetter aims to help with people depression, stress, anxiety, panic and other psychological complaints. While many start-ups fear their existence in
The tech giants on Friday said they will release tools for software developers to create tracing apps that record when smartphones come into close contact with each other. Such apps could enable users to track infected people that tested positive
Inovio has said it has received a $5 million grant from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation to accelerate the testing of a proprietary smart device for intradermal delivery of a vaccine (INO-4800) to treat the coronavirus that causes COVID-19.
The world has been gripped by the COVID-19, or Coronavirus, causing global uncertainty and fear. Determining how we should respond can be difficult and circumstances surrounding the spread of the virus continues to change hourly. But should companies be pausing
Considering the size of the Netherlands and its smaller population when compared to its counterparts such as France, Germany and UK, this demonstrates the country’s impressive ability to incentivise start-ups and deliver cutting edge technology on a global level. The Netherlands
The company conducted test flights in Singapore back in 2019 with the support of the government. Although, the city-state does not suffer from major congestions, it was still seen as a perfect base to test the technology thanks to the