Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU Singapore) has launched the Centre for Microbi...Read more
Cytiva has launched its BioChallenge competition in Southeast Asia to empower small to medium sized biotech co...Read more
As part of their well-established partnership, the United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR)...Read more
DKSH Business Unit Healthcare, a leading partner for healthcare companies seeking to grow their business ...Read more
Luye Pharma Group, with R&D centres in China, the US and Europe, has entered a distribution...Read more
The University of Sydney and The Centenary Institute, together with collaborators have been awarded an AU$19 m...Read more
MiRXES Pte Ltd, a Singapore-headquartered biotechnology company, has collaborated with National Univ...Read more
Taiwan-based startup Point Robotics MedTech Inc. has received 510(k) clearance from the US Food and Drug Admin...Read more
Olympus Corporation has announced the release of the THUNDERBEAT Open Fine Jaw Type X surgical energy devices ...Read more
Japan-based FUJIFILM Corporation has developed a convex ultrasonic endoscope, the EG-740UT, for the upper gast...Read more
A new ultra-compact sterile connector provides biopharmaceutical and cell and gene therapy manufacturers a muc...Read more
Australia’s leading provider of toxicology and bioanalytical contract services, Agilex Biolabs has expan...Read more
Can Technology Efface SLEEP DISORDERS?
The world is wide awake. Sleep disorders are on the rise globally and the Asia Pacific is no different. There are numerous studies documenting how sleep loss is rampant and becoming an epidemic. Approximately 45 per cent of people worldwide don’t get enough sleep. Asians have the shortest average sleep time, according to researchers from Flinders University, Australia. To combat these, firms are now turning to technology. The emergence of wearables, smart devices, trackers, and patches has made widespread remote sleep monitoring possible. Insights gained from the data collected by these devices are used to improve understanding of sleep and create preventative sleep loss strategies. Let’s look at how healthcare firms are trying to unlock the science of sleep disorders diagnosis and treatment by leveraging new tech.
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