Unilever has been ordered to pay £2m to a former employee responsible for advances in diabetes testing, in a landmark Supreme Court ruling that could “fundamentally change” employee-inventor compensation cases.
The beauty industry has been founded on aesthetics and trends, with environmental impacts not a priority for firms. But, with the climate change crisis firmly upon us, the world and the beauty industry must embrace an eco-friendly future where the grass really is greener.
Every hour, two people in the UK are told they have Parkinson's disease. A device created via additive manufacturing has enabled the precise delivery of a new drug candidate that could potentially reverse the condition.
The NHS is adopting artificial intelligence into its operations to drive efficiency, lower costs and improve patient care, but with an impending surplus of data, how can healthcare ensure it utilises this data and integrates the highest levels of accountability?
The promise of quicker recovery, reduced trauma and improved clinical outcomes has been the catalyst behind the development of surgical robotics, with the global market for robot-assisted surgery forecast to be worth £31bn by 2026.