2017 News Articles

A new implant is currently being developed in New Zealand that could revolutionise the treatment of knee osteoarthritis. The team of researchers from AUT's Engineering Research ...
 
 
Professor Parry Guilford, an internationally renowned cancer genetics and biology expert, has been selected as the latest recipient of the Distinguished Research Medal, the ...
 
 
The constant worry that families live with when a loved one is in the early stages of dementia is all consuming. “For many people living with dementia and their families, it ...
 
 
The country's first robot-assisted knee surgery has been carried out at Auckland's North Shore Hospital. More than 7000 knee replacement operations are carried out in New ...
 
 
Christchurch-based MTech Games is carrying out trials in partnership with the Burwood Academy for Independent Living to help patients learn wheelchair skills using computer ...
 
 
Arctic Information Technology, Inc. (Arctic IT), an Alaskan Native-Owned Enterprise, is pleased to announce their strategic partnership with Whānau Tahi Ltd., a New ...
 
 
As part of the drive to remain at the forefront of technology, ESR has invested in AuramerBio Limited (ABL), a biotech start-up company out of Victoria University of Wellington ...
 
 
People get up to weird things in New Zealand. At the University of Auckland, if you want to run hours upon hours of experiments on a baby trapped in a high chair, that’s cool. ...
 
 
New Zealand health tech success story HealthLink has been bought by the cash-rich Clanwilliam Group, which is on the hunt for more Kiwi companies. It was announced today that ...
 
 
Adherium Releases Next Generation Adherence Monitor, SmartTurbo Model 4, for AstraZeneca’s Turbuha
Adherium today announced it has released SmartTurbo Model 4, the next generation of the company’s adherence monitoring technology, for AstraZeneca’s Turbuhaler ...
 
 
Fleximap Ltd, the spinout company from Auckland Bioengineering Institute's Gastrointestinal Motility Research Group has recently been selected as a finalist in the Health and ...
 
 
I know how to bag a baby. At least I think I do. Providing PPV with a bag-valve mask is something that you are taught in NRP and is likely one of the first skills you learned in ...
 
 
Business is Boring is a weekly podcast series presented by The Spinoff in association with Callaghan Innovation. Host Simon Pound speaks with innovators and commentators focused ...
 
 
New Zealand company Soul Machines is on a mission to reverse engineer the brain and humanise Al interactions. And it's making very good progress. Jihee Junn explores the rise of - ...
 
 
Concentrate’s Hi-Tech Heroes series: Adherium
How a New Zealand Hi-Tech Award winner is building a global digital health business In the third instalment of our Hi-tech heroes series, Concentrate talked to Garth ...
 
 
After a car accident left him unable to walk or pursue his dream of becoming a professional swimmer, Mark Finch has dedicated the past six years to creating groundbreaking ...
 
 
The future is soft. Soft robots, that is. And from a crawling caterpillar called Trevor and a wing-flapping dragonfly called Julie, Iain Anderson has his sight set on Mars – and ...
 
 
A group photo taken during Dr Jenny Kruger and Professor Martyn Nash’s visit to Professor Chantale Dumoulin’s lab at the University of Montreal. Pictured are Professor Nash, ...
 
 
Written by Elf Eldridge The 2017 MedTech CoRE Conference was held on 20th June, at the Aotea Centre, Auckland, during the HealthTech Week in conjunction with the ...
 
 
Adds new dimension to strong, profitable Vicon business Will further increase, over time, the Group’s recurring revenue base Oxford Metrics plc (LSE: OMG) the ...
 
 
The Auckland Bioengineering Institute in partnership with Medical Technologies Centre of Research Excellence (MedTech CoRE) Outreach, held an innovation day on May 10 at the Ngā ...
 
 
The TIKI (Technology Innovation and Knowledge Interchange) Tour is an event that takes New Zealand’s latest medical technology innovation to staff at the District Health ...