The World’s First Smart Toilet Device that Tracks your Health S-There Technologies selected for Bayer G4A Accelerator Program 2018 We are proud to announce that we have been selected for the Bayer G4A Accelerator Program 2018. The German multinational pharmaceutical and life science company supports our startup for 100 days with offices in Berlin, C-level executives mentors and EUR 50,000 in funding. At the headquarters of Berlin S-There Technologies will have the opportunity of being mentorized by Mike Devoy, Bayer’s Chief Medical Officer and Head of
On June 22, MIT Hacking Medicine and AMPS welcomed over 150 clinicians, engineers, and designers to the Healthcare Sciences hackathon at the historic and famous Institut Curie in Paris. The event kicked off with participants pitching about problems they were most passionate to work on such as optimizing patient data usage, managing lithium levels in blood, monitoring schizophrenia, predicting the onset of an epilepsy episode, and many more. An evening of incredibly strong pitches was
58 participants ranging from NHS clinicians, designers from Design Reality, to IT NHS developers came together July 4th-July 5th to tackle the NHS’s greatest healthcare challenges. 8 teams worked on problem statements from combating isolation in elderly care to gamifying PT. Three winning teams at the GDEHackathon as selected by the judges had the prestigious opportunity of pitching in the iLinks Conference, where the Top Prize was selected by Audience Vote. In Third Place, Interconnect, a patient-facing
Innovation at the 2017 MIT Grand Hack On May 12th, over 400 medical technology innovators came together at MIT’s fourth annual Grand Hack, the flagship event of MIT Hacking Medicine. It’s the world’s largest healthcare hackathon, with participants from across the country and around the globe. The event brings together people with backgrounds in medicine, technology, and business to find solutions to today’s most pressing health issues. Participant and entrepreneur Michael Barros, who’s pursuing an
Soaring skyscrapers, architectural wonders, spotless streets and sidewalks, it would not come as a surprise to many that Singapore (SG) is a relatively young country. Having attained independence in 1965, Singaporeans quickly set about building a country in a way to distinguish themselves from the much larger countries around them. For a population as diverse as Singaporeans, this was no mean feat. In a land mass ¼ the size of Rhode Island, the 6 million
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Join us at Hawkathon 2017, UMass Lowell’s first Digital Health Hawkathon and its second student-run 24-hour hacking event. Hawkathon 2017 is organized by UMass Lowell in partnership with Massachusetts eHealth Initiative and MIT Hacking Medicine. Participants can build novel medical devices, networks for better first responder efficiency, programs for improved diagnostic accuracy, and so much more. Come experience Hawkathon firsthand from March 3rd-4th, 2017 in O’Leary Library on UMass Lowell’s South Campus. You can find