Today in the European Union, between 27 and 36 million people are affected by a rare disease, for which there is often no cure, or limited treatment options. At the same time, hundreds of thousands of clinical trials are taking place worldwide, looking for patients. However, few patients are aware that clinical trials might be […]
Spain’s Psious, a VR startup that’s working on a platform for the treatment of mental health disorders, has raised €8 million in a funding round co-led by Sabadell Asabys, Caixa Capital Micro II, and Caixa Capital Tic II, with participation from Banc Sabadell and Carlos Gallardo. Psious plans to use the capital injections to complete […]
Vay Sports, a Zurich-based spin-off startup from UZH, the largest university in Switzerland, has launched a first digital fitness coach that uses computer vision and AI to provide real-time feedback on posture during workouts. Unlike conventional fitness apps, Vay Sports’ three co-founders says its solution uses computer vision technology and algorithms to create a computer […]
Howdy Tech.eu readers, we’re delighted to kick off our first ever topic-focused month on your favourite source of information on all things European tech. With the help of Bayer G4A, one of the largest pharmaceutical companies in the world, we’re going to explore the wonderful world of health/med tech throughout the month of May, shining […]
This week, Natalie Novick and Andrii Degeler discuss the new proposal on how to tackle “online harms” from the UK’s DCMS, the goings-on in the telemedicine industry, the long list of events in the first weeks of May, and much more. We’ve also prepared an interview with Jessica Butcher, co-founder of Blippar and Tick.
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Dublin-based medtech startup CroíValve has raised €3.2 million in a funding round led by HBAN (Halo Business Angel Network) MedTech and Irrus Syndicates, alongside Atlantic Bridge University Fund, Enterprise Ireland, SOSV and a group of cardiologists. A spinout from the Trinity Centre for Bioengineering, CroíValve has developed a minimally invasive treatment for tricuspid regurgitation (TR), […]