News

Following are the latest news items that have come to our attention.

Researchers have created a mobile application that monitors patients during their daily routine. The prototype may one day help clinicians diagnosis and monitor bruxism, ...
 
 
A Dunedin neuroscientist has discovered a new way to help people recover from stroke, by implanting an electrode into the undamaged side of the brain. In a world-first, Professor ...
 
 
Growing up in Iran, Dr Ehsan Vaghefi’s first journey to school was not like that of the other children. While his peers followed their parents to school, Dr Vaghefi acted as ...
 
 
In an operating room (OR), machines use musical tones for their alarms. This means someone must look at the equipment to see why it’s made a sound. These musical tones – ...
 
 
In November, we hosted 30 students from Ngaa Taiaatea Wharekura and Ngaruawahia High School in the Waikato as part our MedTech CoRE Outreach programme. The programme has been ...
 
 
3D printing was hailed as a revolution, but injection moulding is still king when it comes to volume-based medical grade plastics. Medical Plastics Ltd, in Auckland’s East ...
 
 
Robyn describes her job as working with “the most amazing team of people from across the organisation – these are star ‘do-ers’ who love to solve problems and make change ...
 
 
Pacific Edge signs agreement with Capital & Coast District Health Board, providing access to full suite of Cxbladder products Cancer diagnostics company, Pacific Edge (NZX: ...
 

Events

we're talking health...
6
Mar
2019
For the second year in a row, the Health Precinct is hosting an evening of talks on from local health researchers. The line-up features a number of University ...
 
 
 
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