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Credit: Group 42 and Oxford Nanopore Technologies

By Rachel McArthur June 10, 2020
Group 42 and Oxford Nanopore Technologies have released details of a promising end-to-end solution that can mass screen for SARS-CoV-2.

Credit: Babylon Health

By Tammy Lovell June 10, 2020
The error allowed a patient to access video recordings of another patient’s consultation. 

Credit: Kaspersky

By Sara Mageit June 10, 2020
Two-in-five Brits felt lonely before COVID-19, but with social distancing restrictions currently in place, people are turning to tech to help them stay connected through the coronavirus crisis, according to a study commissioned by Kaspersky.
By Dean Koh June 10, 2020
The first batch of these devices will be delivered in the later half of this month, said Vivian Balakrishnan, Minister-in-charge of the Smart Nation initiative.
By Dave Muoio June 9, 2020
Also: A deep dive on Verily's Project Baseline; Intermountain Healthcare launches home-monitoring program.
By Laura Lovett June 9, 2020
Andreessen Horowitz, F-Prime Capital, GV, and Transformation Capital led the round with participation from existing investors. 
By Laura Lovett June 9, 2020
Providence's Dr. Matthew Gonzales discusses how using informative video clips is helping patients plan for the future at HIMSS20 Digital. 
By Tammy Lovell June 9, 2020
Credit reference database check requirements could prevent people from ordering home testing kits.

Credit: UVLicht

By Rachel McArthur June 9, 2020
The recently unveiled, liquid-free UVLicht Sterilizer is the first brand of its kind to be founded in the Emirates. Currently self-funded by its founder, the company is reportedly in the process of scoping investors. 
By Mallory Hackett June 9, 2020
The study found that the flash continuous glucose monitoring system can cost about 60% less than traditional methods.