Ultrasound for Ear Infections

US company OtoNexus Medical Technologies has teamed up with Germany’s Fraunhofer Institute for Photonic Microsystems IPMS to develop an innovative new diagnostic device for inner-ear infections.

Medical Biotechnology Breakthroughs

In 2018, 36 of the 65 newly approved medications in Germany were biopharmaceuticals – an unprecedented fifty-eight percent.

Cancer Fighting Record

Good news in the fight against a deadly disease.

The Proactive Pulse Pad

The Berlin-based start-up Visseiro has come up with a simple, award-winning solution for monitoring key vital signs in real time: an ergonomically designed “smart pad” that can be used while seated through normal clothing, or even in a bed beneath a newborn baby.

A Google for Healthcare in Germany

The company Innoplexus is using blockchaintech to help organize that incredible wealth of knowledge. It’s like Google for healthcare. Innoplexus founder Gunjan Bhardwaj explains his ambitious project.

Germany’s Medical Valley

The region of Franconia may not be one of the first that spring to mind when you think about innovation in the health industry, but it should be. After all, there’s a reason that there are 850,000 medical patients in this corner of Germany.

Digital Health Care

German Health Minister Jens Spahn has put forward comprehensive draft digital health-care legislation.

Google for Healthcare

Gunjan Bhardwaj chose Germany as the place to launch his advanced search and discovery solution. His company assists the healthcare industry by organizing and analyzing vast amounts of data using artificial intelligence.

New Cancer Test

Researchers at the University of Erlangen in Bavaria in southern Germany have developed a screening method for cancer that just requires a blood test.

Mixed Reality in the Operating Room

A new technology developed in Hamburg could transform surgery across the world. The startup Apoqlar has developed the Virtual Surgery Instructor (VSI), a program that converts CT and MRI scans into 3D models that can be projected directly onto a patient and viewed by a surgeon wearing mixed reality glasses called the Microsoft HoloLens.