INNOFENSE Open Call For Dual-Use Technologies

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INNOFENSE Call for startups – Dual-Use Technologies: Following the immense success of the previous four cycles and their integration into the defense sector, iHLS invites...
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INNOFENSE Call for startups – Dual Use Technologies

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Following the immense success of the previous four cycles and their integration into the defense sector, iHLS invites you to join the fifth cycle...
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INNOFENSE Open Call for Dual-Use Startups

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INNOFENSE Call for startups – Dual Use Technologies: Following the immense success of the previous four cycles and their integration into the defense sector, iHLS...
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In-Body Soft Robots Revolutionize Robotic Medicine

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Researchers from the University of North Carolina used artificial muscles and electronic skins to create advanced soft robots that are incredibly effective and safe...
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Dual-Use Startup Open Call

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INNOFENSE Call for startups – Dual Use Technologies: Following the immense success of the previous four cycles and their integration into the defense sector, iHLS...

INNOFENSE Call for startups – Dual Use Technologies:

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Following the immense success of the previous four cycles and their integration into the defense sector, iHLS invites you to join the fifth cycle...
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Is AI the Future of Healthcare?

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Health systems worldwide have been struggling in recent years – with extremely long wait lists and severe staff shortages, experts predict that hospitals will...
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Revolutionary Non-Invasive Health Monitoring Device

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A known and existing method of non-invasive health monitoring is through our sweat, which contains biomarkers that can detect various health conditions from diabetes...
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Electronic Spider Silk Can Be Printed Directly onto Skin

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Researchers from the University of Cambridge developed adaptive and eco-friendly spider-silk-inspired sensors that can be directly and imperceptibly printed onto biological surfaces, from flower...
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These Wearable Fibers can Generate and Store Energy

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Researchers from the Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory (APL) have developed new battery and solar fibers for wearable electronics with an ambition to develop...
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Revolutionary Robotic Hand Can Feel Just Like A Human

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This revolutionary “feeling” robot hand could pave the way for new tactile prosthetics and robotics. Researchers from Uppsala University and Karolinska Institutet in Sweden...
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The Danger of Wearable Devices and Harvested Personal Data

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Wearable devices can collect continuous data about their wearer, even without their knowledge, from sleep patterns to heart fitness. This makes them increasingly prominent...
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Revolutionary Contact Lenses Can Control Human-Machine Interaction

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These smart contact lenses for human-machine interaction (HMI) track eye movements and can be used for health care and augmented reality (AR) applications. They...
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Medicine and Artificial Intelligence – Challenges and Dangers

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The Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) has launched a new regulatory sandbox for AI as a medical device (AIaMD) called “AI Airlock.”...
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Soft Microneedles Set to Redefine Healthcare

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From stimulating the brain to delivering medication, this innovation is set to change healthcare significantly. Medical technology keeps progressing and personalized medicine is making it...
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Space Tech Could be the Solution to Hospital Infections

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This space tech brings the solution for challenges like in-hospital cross-infections and carbon emission – project PASTA (Plasma Air Sterilization and Treatment Apparatus). HAIs, or...
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Miniature Robot ‘Smart Swarms’ Inspired by Nature Could Soon Flow Through...

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Researchers developed “smart swarms” of miniature robots after drawing inspiration from nature, observing ant colonies, fish schools, and beehives. These mini-bot swarms collaborate through engineered...
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Can Data be Stored in DNA?

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Analyzing and storing large amounts of data requires a lot of energy, so the future of technology might hold a different approach to data...
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New Body-Safe Battery Implants Are Sustained by Body Oxygen

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Researchers developed a new type of battery that runs on oxygen in the body and never runs out of power, which can be implanted...
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Two Revolutionary AI Chips Can Control Robots Through Thought

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These two chips might be the key to developing sophisticated brain-computer interfacing. Scientists from the University of Electronic Science and Technology of China claim to...
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Wireless Health Monitoring with Tiny Magnetic Implants

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This new healthcare monitoring system utilizes millimeter-scale, chip-less, and battery-less magnetic implants, that communicate like any other wireless device. These findings by researchers from...
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Solar Panels in Your Eyes?

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Researchers at The University of New South Wales in Australia are working on a device to be implanted in the eye’s retina and restore...

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INNOFENSE Call for startups – Dual-Use Technologies

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iHLS and the Ministry of Defense invite you to join the fifth cycle of INNOFENSE and receive a remarkable opportunity to showcase your technology...