Alzheimer’s is a complicated condition, no single medication or intervention will likely be able to completely cure all patients, however, scientists have utilised digital technology to better understand the disease and develop novel treatments.
The MoU is aimed at “Fostering University Cooperation in Technology Transfer” to work together to create a new era of smart living and cross-disciplinary technological development.
Vietnam Artificial Intelligence Day was held recently to gather policymakers, technology corporations, and researchers for seminars that delve into the development of an AI ecosystem to improve the quality of life.
Researchers have demonstrated a wireless intracellular antenna compatible with 3D biological systems. This opens new prospects for diagnostics, therapies, and drug development and a new direction at the junction of biology and electronics.
The Margaret K.L. Cheung Research Centre for Management of Parkinsonism at CU Medicine has developed a fast, user-friendly chemical technology to make chemically stabilised antibodies for rapid labelling and imaging of molecules in biological tissues.
The country has built a website that aggregates material from multiple online sources and makes it accessible to users in a single spot; 80 per cent of the population has access to digital television.
A university PhD student developed a project using artificial intelligence and simulation models to incorporate green infrastructure into buildings and the urban environment.
The Department of Information and Communications Technology recently trained persons with disabilities on digital literacy; the eServices platform of the Department of Social Welfare and Development is now available.