If you’re a Bengaluru resident, it’s quite likely that you might have seen mfine’s billboards, which are plastered around town, …
We recently got an opportunity to talk to D J Patil, the rockstar of data science, about the growing field. Here is Part II of our interview with him.
A Kashmiri youth has developed a prototype of a diaper that uses sensors to predict when a baby is going to pee and trigger an alarm.
Assam has 15 floating clinics serving the inhabitants of river islands in 32 villages of 13 districts.
The app, SAM Check, enables doctors and health workers to keep track of children’s health and nutrition. It has helped over 3,000 kids in Dhadwad.
When all else failed, Kavitha Rao turned to the internet to search for answers to what plagued her teenaged daughter. And Google did not fail her.
IBM Research’s 5 in 5 prediction reports are fascinating reads into what the near future holds for us. For the …
Kūrma is the brainchild of Sigtuple, an artificial intelligence startup looking to solve problems of medical diagnosis and treatments in India.
Delhi-based fintech startup Affordplan on Tuesday announced that it has raised Rs 20 crore in Series A funding from Prime …
As wearables go mainstream and more data goes online, the healthcare industry will need more engineers and data scientists.
The wearable device, named TJAY, is a smart glove that enables remote tracking, monitoring and diagnosis of epileptic seizures, helping treatment of the disease.
A smartphone attachment to help monitor multiple medical tests strips.
Museinc, founded by Arvind Badrinarayanan and Sumukh Mysore, is finally close to launching its new age stethoscope called Taal.
Bangalore-based startups Rise Legs, a part of Rise Design Labs, has developed different types of prosthetic legs based on cane. Founded by Arun Cherian, the startup has also developed a wheelchair with a cane frame.
The 3nethra NEO is a low cost innovation from Bangalore based startup Forus Health. It can help prevent blindness in premature babies.
Doctors can now remotely monitor and diagnose patients wearing the device through a tablet or smartphone.
Mukesh Bansal and Ankit Nagori — two of Flipkart’s top executives who quit India’s largest e-commerce company last month, are …