An innovation that combines data analytics and wearable technology to prevent falls is shortlisted in an awards category, the Axis-D pen-injector tech is to be licensed for development in diabetes treatment, and Northern Ireland’s Stormont is given £31m to prepare for a no-deal Brexit.
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Self-injection device developer Haselmeier, and glass packaging producer Stevanato Group has announced an agreement to license the Axis-D pen-injector technology and intellectual property (IP) for development, manufacturing and supply of the Axis-D pen-injector in diabetes care.
The UK will be leaving the EU on 31 October. This will bring important changes to doing business. Here are six things life science companies can do now to get ready.
Northern Ireland's Department of Finance was given £31.4m during the summer to help Stormont departments prepare for a no-deal Brexit.
Shortlisted in the Innovation in TEC Award category, ARMED (Advanced Risk Modelling for Early Detection), developed by HAS Technology, combines data analytics modelling with wearable technology.
Nigel Whittle, head of healthcare & medical at Plextek, outlines where and how advances in health sensing and monitoring tech could help start to revolutionise our care.
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