How Humans Heal — Expo 2020’s curated visitor journey on health and wellbeing

How Humans Heal — Expo 2020’s curated visitor journey on health and wellbeing

DUBAI: Visitors to Expo 2020 Dubai can explore health and wellbeing, from the traditional use of herbs to cutting-edge robotic surgeons, as part of How Humans Heal – one of 20 bespoke visitor journeys highlighting links between nations and people to deliver real-life solutions to real-life challenges.

Taking visitors on a tour of old and new healing practices around the world, How Humans Heal is the perfect introduction to Expo’s Health & Wellness Week, which runs from today, January 27 to February 2.

Head to the India Pavilion, where holistic healing systems such as yoga, naturopathy, Ayurveda, Unani, Siddha and homoeopathy are on display. India is a renowned destination for health and wellness, as well as a leading provider of affordable, allopathic medical services using the latest technology. The nation of more than one billion people also uses space technology in telemedicine.

Continue your journey at the Cuba Pavilion to explore how the Caribbean nation is highlighting its innovation in biotechnology as a driver of scientific innovation, social impact and economic growth.

At the Lithuania Pavilion, visitors can experience how the Baltic country is using genome editing tools and studying DNA as future storage data. CRISPR-Cas9 gene-editing technology cuts up DNA like a pair of scissors using Cas9 protein, found in bacteria. In addition to editing the DNA chain, Lithuanian scientists also seek to turn it into a data-storage solution for the future.

Head to the Croatia Pavilion to see the nation’s Robotic Neuronavigation (RONNA) project in action, with robots performing open brain surgery. This ground-breaking technology uses one robotic arm for precise spatial positioning and the guidance of surgical tools, while another acts as its robotic assistant.

Conclude the tour at the Finland Pavilion, which is showcasing how the country is a global leader in digital health – this is the place to learn about JedX Medcare’s first-grade type FFP2, FFP3, N95 and N99 respirator masks.

Visitors can access the self-guided How Humans Heal visitor journey via the Expo 2020 Dubai app, which includes a full range of journeys that span subjects from education to culture and music.

Source: Expo 2020 Website

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