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As the life sciences are digitalizing at an unprecedented scale and rate, data lifecycle management is becoming increasingly important. The two major factors driving this rapid and close-to-universal digitalization are Industry 4.0 and the ...

In the medical device industry, there are tons of abbreviations. And as a medical device professional you can easily get lost in this acronym ocean! The most important (and most confusing) abbreviations are DHF, DMR, and DHR. These three abbreviation...

Artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) are on the verge of transforming healthcare by creating new, vital insights from the vast amount of data gathered during healthcare delivery activities every day. AI/ML-based life science innovat...

Defining Medical 3D Printing Simply put, 3D medical printing is the process of creating medical devices, transplants, surgical tools, and other medical products from a digital 3D model through additive manufacturing.

What actually makes a ‘good’ leader good, in a sector like the life sciences today? Leadership is not just a singular quality, of course. It’s the use of a whole rich skillset. The talent of being adept at multiple skills simultaneously. And not just...

We wouldn’t be where we are today if it weren’t for the countless scientific discoveries made by pioneering women from around the globe. Their tireless efforts and groundbreaking work have, without exaggeration, saved millions of lives. When it comes...

Life science companies, including pharma, biotech and medical device companies, churn out tens of terabytes of data every single day. That’s about the data equivalent of 5 billion pages of text. Every twenty four hours! What’s more, data output per c...