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Seqera Labs and Genomics England enhance genomic research capabilities

Seqera Labs, a leading provider of secure workflow orchestration software in the life sciences sector, has partnered with Genomics England. The new collaboration between Seqera Labs and Genomics England will enable whole genome analysis to be carried...

Study reveals need to improve conversations about induction of labour in clinical settings

Norgine, a leading European specialist pharmaceutical company, has announced the findings of its study. This study highlights the need to increase quality conversations and informed shared decision-making between expectant mothers and their healthcare...

CRS payroll automates and empowers pharmaceutical company 

CRS Technologies is a leading provider of solutions and services to the growing human capital management industry. Recently, it partnered with a South African pharmaceutical company to implement its solutions and speed up the organisation’s solutions....

Upswing Health and XTRA enhance virtual therapy with AI motion tracking

Upswing Health, a Digital Musculoskeletal (MSK) care platform, has partnered with XTRA, a leading 3D AI-powered motion-tracking API provider to enhance their virtual care programmes. By generating objective movement data and monitoring adherence to...

The three Cs of cybersecurity

Strong cybersecurity is the backbone of every organisation. Check Point Software agrees, outlining the three C’s methodology below and why should they be central to an organisation’s strategy moving forward. Cybercriminals are constantly finding...

Genomic urine test detects bladder cancer from DNA

A new genomic urine test can help doctors accurately predict bladder cancer as many as 12 years before clinical signs and symptoms emerge and long before a diagnosis can be made with cystoscopy, the most common method of detection, according to a new...

87% of people living in Canada want universal mental healthcare

People living in Canada believe that we are in a mental health crisis and that governments are not doing enough about it. A recent survey conducted by the Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) found that almost nine in ten agree that people...

Research finds issues in clinical productivity due to a lack of investment in technology

New research from Extreme Networks, entitled Emerging from the COVID Pandemic, conducted in partnership with the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS), uncovered that several of the major challenges impacting clinical...

UK Government launches new cybersecurity measures to tackle threats

New cybersecurity measures will increase the UK’s cyber-resilience and protect the UK Government’s essential IT functions from ever-growing threats. Under the new rules, all central government departments will have their cyber-health reviewed...

Report identifies trends in gene therapy poised to impact healthcare stakeholders

Clarivate, a global leader in connecting people and organisations to intelligence they can trust to transform their world, has announced the release of its new report, Making gene therapy work for patients, payers, regulators and developers: Five key...

The healthcare cybersecurity priorities for 2023

Richard Barretto, Chief Information Security Officer, Progress, speaks to us about the priorities healthcare organisations should be addressing in 2023. Cybercriminals are primarily hunting for sensitive data and the healthcare industry is the second most...

Immuta awarded Snowflake Healthcare and Life Sciences Competency badge

Immuta, a data security leader, has announced that it has been awarded the Snowflake Healthcare and Life Sciences Competency badge for its innovation in the Snowflake Healthcare and Life Sciences Data Cloud. Immuta is extending the depth of its data...