Jim Banks (email@example.com) is a veteran freelance writer based in the United Kingdom who focuses on technology, health care, and international business issues.
Practical and ethical implications of putting AI and robotics to work for patients.
The best ideas are often simple in nature, though complex in detail, and great in potential. The stentrode is a perfect example, combining the familiar off-the-shelf technologies of a stent and an electrode.
European efforts seek to address the challenges of an aging population and also create opportunities for economic growth and innovation.
The electronic health records market is booming as hospitals, doctors, and governments use data to deliver better, more efficient care. The United Kingdom, however, is only just starting to catch up.
According to the World Health Organization, more than 3 billion people live in areas of high malaria risk . In 2015, the disease caused 438,000 deaths worldwide; more than 70% of these were of children under five…
The impact of the Brexit is far from clear as the process of negotiation with EU countries will be long and complex…
Using state-of-the-art technology, athletes at the Paralympic Games achieve great feats of physical prowess, but for most people using assistive and rehabilitative technologies (ART), even simple tasks can present huge challenges.
The brain contains all that makes us human, but its complexity is the source of both inspiration and frailty. The world’s scientific community is working hard
The age of austerity dawned soon after the global financial crisis of 2008 took hold, and governments have since wrestled with how to cut back on public spending without damaging key services such as healthcare. In the UK, there is growing concern that