A look at how creating 'digital twins' - a virtual or computer-based replica of a person that looks and behaves like that person - could help treat lung cancer.
MTANZ are delighted to announce the launch of their publication 'New Zealand MedTech in Action' recounting the crucial role the MedTech industry played in response to the Triple Medical Emergencies NZ has faced in the last year or so.
The second phase of Callaghan Innovation’s HealthTech Activator rollout offers early to mid-stage health tech companies easier access to a huge depth of resources, skills and expertise.
Maia is a startup focused on helping people do just that. The company was founded by Associate Professor Suranga Nanayakkara, together with Jerome Humphrey and Jenna Cunning, and is based on their work at the Augmented Human Lab at the Auckland Bioengineering Institute. Maia resides at Cloud9, the Auckland Bioengineering Institute’s start-up space where fledgling companies associated with its research are nurtured until they can stand on their own.
The National Institutes of Health today announced six new contracts worth $98.35 million for COVID-19 testing approaches that provide new modes of sample collection, processing and return of results.
Innovators operating in one of the country’s largest and most-promising specialist technology sectors are getting a helping hand to speed up and smooth out their path to success.
New Zealand emotional AI startup Soul Machines has raised $US40 million ($58 million) in Series B funding, to boost research and development for its computer-generated customer support characters with ‘digital brains’.