Understanding immunity

Antibody tests are gaining importance as a control tool, especially during the pandemic. Hear our expert talk.

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Published on 30. März 2021

It’s just over one year since COVID-19 became a familiar term around the world. Due to quick action and collaborative innovation from science and medicine, vaccines have been developed and are being distributed at a pace unrivaled in human history. But the work doesn’t stop there.

MRI at 50: The past, present, and future of a high-end imaging technology
32 min
Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) has played a big role in shaping the healthcare industry’s approach to detection, monitoring, and tracking of medical conditions. Since its invention in the 1970s, a lot of improvements have been made to increase its performance and accessibility. As the industry continues to digitalize, we can expect more changes that will make MRIs more powerful and efficient.

Integrated diagnostics and the collaborative future of medicine with Prof. Dr. Stefan Schönberg | Christoph Zindel
30 min
One of the biggest beneficiaries of technological advancements has been the field of medicine. While vaccines to stop previous pandemics took decades to develop, multiple COVID-19 vaccines were developed within a much shorter time frame. Increased collaboration between players in the industry and those in the tech world promises even more advancements in the near future.