Klaus Schwab, founder and chairman of the World Economic Forum, has called our era the “Fourth Industrial Revolution,” a period in which advances in the life sciences, communication, and transportation are happening rapidly thanks to the dramatic growth of computing power and connectivity.
On April 29, 2016, WIRED Health gathered 21 ground breaking speakers to present the future of the healthcare and medical industries. Also, on the Bupa Startup Stage, 18 growth-stage companies presented their ideas, technologies and platforms.
Published by the UK’s national NC3Rs and NATSIG partnership – this new article is co-authored by myself and Emulate’s Scientific Founder – Donald E. Ingber, MD, PhD. We discuss the commercial potential of the Organs-on-Chips technology as systems for reducing animal use in basic and applied research.
The Mic.com team visited Emulate and the Wyss Institute at Harvard University to talk about our Organs-on-Chips technology. Mic.com said: “These tiny chips are a huge medical breakthrough — one that will save living things everywhere from the dangers of drug testing.” Presented by Daisy Rosario.
We’re excited to be collaborating at this year’s TEDMED annual event, which brings the world together to focus on what’s new and important in health and medicine.
We are accelerating progress toward a new era of precision medicine. This is an emerging approach for disease treatment and prevention that takes into account the genes, environment, and lifestyle of each person.
The BBC Horizons team visit the Wyss Institute at Harvard University to discover the team’s research into personalized medicine. Dumeetha Luthra is amazed by the team’s cellular reconstruction of a human lung on a microchip.
At Emulate, we love animals. That’s one of the reasons our new human emulation system exists. Emulate’s Organs-on-Chips provide, for the first time, a window into the inner-workings of human organs without having to invade a living body (or an animal).
TedXBoston said: “It’s relatively easy to imagine a new medicine, a better cure for some disease. The hard part, though, is testing it, and that can delay promising new cures for years.
We’ve been recognized as “Company of the Year 2014” by People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA). PETA is the largest animal rights organization in the world, with more than 3 million members and supporters.
Exhibit explores the democratic potential of design