Motivated to prevent unnecessary death on a global scale, Nanoly Bioscience develops polymer shield technology that protects and stabilizes vaccines without the need for refrigeration, allowing them to be shipped virtually anywhere in the world.
Doctors use innovative CT imaging to get fast, high-quality results while managing pediatric CT radiation risk with quicker scan times and lower radiation doses through Philips Healthcare technology.
Scientists at Virginia Bioinformatics Institute model individual genomes and map disease data using Intel® Xeon® processor-based high-performance computing clusters, preventing pandemics and providing personalized medicine.
Shanghai student Peiyan Duan wins the 2012 Intel ISEF Grand Award for Biochemistry for her diabetes-related discovery, identifying anti-diabetic compounds found in the foxglove herb and demonstrating their effects.
Chinese Sign Language Recognition and Translation System uses Intel® Atom™ processor-based platform and Microsoft Kinect* to close the communications gap between deaf people and the hearing world by translating sign language into text and sound.
Success stories in Mexico highlight how doctors use telemedicine powered by Intel® technology to share resources and cross geographical barriers for healthcare services, saving time, money, and lives.
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