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News Round-Up: Artificial Intelligence, data, futuristic medicine and innovations to look out for in 2019!

News Round-Up: Artificial Intelligence, data, futuristic medicine and innovations to look out for in 2019!  image

The Scottish Health Research and Innovation Ecosystem – a new digital directory to help companies engage directly with NHS Scotland to develop collaborative working projects has launched. Read more

A £15.8m Industrial Centre for Artificial Intelligence Research in Digital Diagnostics (iCAIRD), will bring together a pan-Scotland collaboration of 15 partners from across academia, the NHS, and industry to enable better patient diagnosis, treatment and outcomes. Read more

CENSIS has received a £9.25-million, five-year funding package to cement Scotland’s place as a world leader in cutting-edge technology. Read more

Visit Scotland launch a new #IdeasBecomeLegend campaign in the new year focusing on surgery and medicine as part of Scotland's showcase of pioneering innovation Read more

A research project aiming to find new ways to use ultrasonic tools for complex, robot-assisted surgery has received more than £6 million in funding. Read more

The UK's first two-week festival of data innovation will be held in Scotland from 11 - 22 March 2019. Read more

Product Forge are planning Europe's biggest health hackathon to take place in Edinburgh between 21 – 24 February 2019. Read more

Each day throughout December, CAN DO - Scotland’s vision to become a world-leading entrepreneurial and innovative society – is celebrating Scottish innovations with their Invent calendar Read more

Chemputer’ promises app-controlled revolution for drug production. Read more

Futuristic Medicine conference, hosted by RCPE, is set to explore changes in the way we diagnose and classify disease and offer treatment that is tailored to the individual  Read more

Cleveland Clinic has revealed the Top 10 Medical Innovations to look out for in 2019 – Read more

 

 

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