Tags : health science

Kids fall in love with science at the Expo 2020 Dubai

DUBAI: Expo 2020 is bursting with events and activities to immerse future generations in the sciences and inspire them to become the innovators and change-makers needed for a brighter future for us all. With less than two months to go until doors close on March 31, be sure to make the most of this wealth of learning […]...Read More

10 healthcare innovations unveiled during Expo 2020 Dubai’s Health & Wellness Week

DUBAI: From early dementia screening to 3D-printed organs, Expo 2020 Dubai is shining a light on some of the latest innovations set to revolutionise healthcare around the globe. Expo 2020 Dubai’s recent Health and Wellness Week brought together key stakeholders to discuss the relationship between mental and physical wellness, the importance of access to quality healthcare and the […]...Read More

Healthcare leaders praise the UAE for successfully hosting the Expo 2020 Dubai

DUBAI: The UAE’s COVID resilience can be credited to the nation’s already-established openness to innovation, collaboration and partnerships in healthcare, as well as the government’s commitment to its community, which led to swift decision-making and enabled the safe and successful hosting of the most significant global gathering since the start of the pandemic. Speaking at […]...Read More

SEHA’s new application to streamline visa screening appointments

ABU DHABI: Abu Dhabi Health Services Company (SEHA), the UAE’s largest healthcare network, has launched the SEHA Visa Screening App to simplify the process of booking an appointment at SEHA’s Disease Prevention and Screening Centres for residents. Currently available for individual bookings only, the application will be expanded to include businesses at a later stage. […]...Read More

Learn what food is bad for your gut with this little device.

There is no cure for irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), although it can be managed with lifestyle and dietary changes. That’s why Irish engineers Aonghus Shortt and Peter Harte founded FoodMarble, a startup that has invented portable devices, measuring just 5 centimeters squared, which test the hydrogen levels in a person’s breath, a key signal for […]...Read More

Spectral learning is one step closer to you!

DUBAI: The Hyperspectral Remote Sensing Centre at the College of Natural and Health Sciences at Zayed University has earned a commendable badge by presenting the first UAE Spectral Library website for public use. The library will allow users to interact and access spectral information derived using a hyperspectral camera and Field Portable Spectroradiometers, as well […]...Read More