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Accessible radiation detection

Accessible radiation detection

Our R&D bloggers look at a portable dosimeter that could help to protect those who work in dange...

Software can read subliminal facial expressions to decipher ‘deeper’ human personality traits in real time

Software can read subliminal facial expressions to decipher ‘deeper’ human personality traits in real time

Sophisticated technology can tell – live – if people are lying, disagreeing, curious, ju...

Glowing soil helps landmine detection

Glowing soil helps landmine detection

More than half a million people have been killed and maimed by anti-personnel mines and these weapon...

Using Artificial Intelligence to prevent strokes

Using Artificial Intelligence to prevent strokes

Our R&D bloggers look at an affordable, portable device that has been developed to allow users t...

The immense potential of 3D printing for patient treatment and physician training

The immense potential of 3D printing for patient treatment and physician training

3D printing has become a highly versatile and progressively cost-effective technology, permeating a ...

A hand-held device that can help treat sepsis quickly

A hand-held device that can help treat sepsis quickly

Beyond civilian use, patients in underdeveloped nations or in combat areas will benefit considerably...

Bringing ultrasound technology closer to the scene of an incident

Bringing ultrasound technology closer to the scene of an incident

Ultrasound uses sound waves to visualise soft tissues and is better at distinguishing solid masses f...

Virtual reality provides new hope for PTSD patients

Virtual reality provides new hope for PTSD patients

Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a devastating condition affecting nearly 7.7 million Americ...

Diagnostic laboratory reduced to the size of a microwave

Diagnostic laboratory reduced to the size of a microwave

CRJ's R&D Bloggers look at technology that could help reduce the prevalance of infectious diseas...

Antibiotic susceptibility

Antibiotic susceptibility

The threat of antibiotic resistance is the most pressing global crisis that faces humanity today. Ac...

A modern approach to screening for anaemia

A modern approach to screening for anaemia

Technology continues to evolve, simplifying every facet of our lives from personal to professional, ...

Sleep deprivation in EMS: Causes, consequences and solutions

Sleep deprivation in EMS: Causes, consequences and solutions

Our R&D bloggers look at the issue of sleep deprivation, one of the primary health deficits in e...

Antibiotic resistant bacteria SNAPP to attention

Antibiotic resistant bacteria SNAPP to attention

The emergence and spread of antibiotic resistant pathogens has become a global crisis. Since the dis...

Visualising the effects of traumatic brain injury in living brains

Visualising the effects of traumatic brain injury in living brains

It is important to consider the long-term effects of mild to severe traumatic brain injury on p...

Helping bystanders to respond in medical emergencies

Helping bystanders to respond in medical emergencies

In the United States today there is no response time standard for ambulances. Normal responses can t...

New radar system could lead to better defences against avalanches

New radar system could lead to better defences against avalanches

A new radar-based imaging system with an unprecedented ability to penetrate snow-powder clouds could...

How your voice is transforming virtual medicine

How your voice is transforming virtual medicine

The human voice is an undervalued data source, but not for long: New technologies can identify moods...

Modular system for blast-resistant, storm-proof buildings

Modular system for blast-resistant, storm-proof buildings

When Superstorm Sandy made landfall on October 29, 2012 and blistered across the East Coast, taking ...

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