In impoverished or secluded areas, getting medicine fast isn’t always possible. But with a new device developed by a team at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, medical professionals may be able to create pharmaceuticals on demand, all with the help of a shoebox-sized laboratory.
In this week’s MTB Roundup: Hospitals denying transplant patients “less-than-perfect” organs, scientists ask the presidential candidates to debate science, Miami schools uphold mosquito repellant ban and more…
In the midst of the first significant Zika outbreak within the continental United States, IBM is using a crowdsourced supercomputer to fight the disease.
In this week’s MTB Roundup: WHO moves to declassify transgender identity as a mental disorder, officials in Rio try to stay a step ahead of “gene-doping” and 4 new reported cases of Zika in the US….
With the help of two new investors, digital medicine company Akili Interactive Labs, Inc. is one step closer to its goal of creating scalable digital treatments for patients around the country.
With the help of an advanced robot, created by a team at MIT CSAIL, scheduling at hospitals across the country may soon be easier than ever before.
The goals of Boston Based mental health startup Breakroom are simple: help busy, young adults prioritize and take care of their mental health, and become a trusted provider of necessary mental health services.
In this week’s MTB Roundup: A new “open-access” medical journal hits the web, a study considers racial disparities in cancer and more…
In a first-of-its-kind partnership, the American Diabetes Association and IBM Watson Health will be providing app developers with access to diabetes data to facilitate the creation of technology that will help patients better manage and monitor the disease.