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Dr. Peter Kufer and Dr. David Putrino discuss the innovative journey in their fields, the influence of serendipity, and how
Cathy Critchlow and Lauryn Nwankpa discuss the challenges of being a woman in the workplace, the importance of mentorship, and
Ray Deshaies, Senior Vice President of Global Research at Amgen, and Anousheh Ansari, CEO of XPRIZE Foundation discuss how to
P.K. Morrow, VP at Amgen, and Mike Pell, Director at Microsoft Garage, discuss innovation in R&D, and other ways to
Amazon sells its Machine Learning (ML) and AI capacities on AWS (Amazon Web Services) to be implemented in others’ businesses
Nature’s npj Digital Medicine article about the use of Health Digital Twins (HDT) on the way to personalized medicine
Breaking the Third Wall: Implementing 3D-Printing Technics to Expand the Complexity and Abilities of Multi-Organ-on-a-Chip Devices
Advanced 3D printing to enhance a microfluidic device (a “chip”) that would mimic the physiological functions of a human organ
The world’s first AI system that verbalizes olfactory sensations through language by utilizing big data and natural language.
A research and innovation center at Stanford sums up the ocean of change behind and with the buzzwords machine learning
An opinion piece (“Makor Rishon”) by Dr. Dana Bar-On (Teva) on advancing the Israeli academic innovation in biotech and medicine.
Prof. Ronit Sachi-Finero is researching the development of nanomedicines to select the appropriate treatment for cancer patients using 3D models
In May 2021, Prof. Shulamit Levenberg, Head of the Laboratory for Tissue and Stem Cell Engineering, Medical Bioengineering at the