Welcome to December’s newsletter. We’re here to round up the key articles and developments from November that you may have missed. ‘Tis the season – as Christmas draws near, we know you may be searching for gifts to share with your loved ones. At Nectar, we’re also getting into the holiday spirit – we’d like to extend a gift from us to you, our free eBook! Learn more about managing the design transfer process by clicking here to download it.
UroMems begins first-in-human clinical trial of its automated artifical urinary sphincter (MEDTECHDIVE)
The metaverse is expanding, with Penumbra launching their VR-based rehabilitation platform (FIERCEBIOTECH)
Apple Airpods may have an extra use as hearing aids – performing comparably to hearing aids in terms of speech perception in a clinical trial (MEDTECHDIVE)
Remily launches digital health venture to diagnose and treat obstructive sleep apnea and insomnia launching next generation of rapid antigen tests (MEDTECHDIVE)
Johnson&Johnson and SciBase to collaborate to build AI software that can predict eczema in babies (FIERCEBIOTECH)
Got a minute? Ian Bolland and Alan Foreman discuss biometric potential in life sciences (MED-TECHNEWS)
As the world becomes more and more modernized, here are some tips on how to optimize SMS marketing (BETTERTECHTIPS)
Privilège Ventures backs a 20 million dollar fund set to invest in women-led startups (TECHCRUNCH)
FDA set to scrap companion diagnostics to target cancer drugs according to FDA oncology chief Richard Pazdur (M.D.) (FIERCEBIOTECH)
FDA clears an AI program that can screen for diabetic retinopathy and prevent blindness amongst patients with Diabetes (FIERCEBIOTECH)
Zimmer achieves 510(k) clearance for 3D-printed knee replacement (MEDTECHDIVE)
Motorola unveil their new Moto X40 Pro Design (GSMARENA)
Happy holidays and thank you for sticking with us this year! We cannot wait to see what the new year brings us all.