Scientists were trying to solve this one problem for 50 years. And we have the privilege to live in an era in which it was solved. Scientists can now computationally determine the 3D structures of proteins.
Every once in a while I have to take a look back at my writing and assess it. And then also share some cool digital health resources that I dug up.
Leveraging technology for battling dementia is a good idea. Especially given that we know next to nothing about how to treat it the old fashioned way. Might as well use tech.
Estonia offers an enormous amount of innovation and implementation in digital health. This issue tackles automation, blockchain, vaccines and prescriptions.
Germany and Sweden are some of the world's most advanced countries in digital health. It's only right to analyse them in detail.
Blockchain is a technology full of hype. It's being applied everywhere, even if that's unnecessary and inefficient. This issue makes it more sane.
Virtual care took a steep and unexpected turn during the pandemic. As a result, the changes will not go away so easily. And that's a good thing.
Sleep is our superpower. Sleep tech is more accessible than ever. And the lockdowns are the perfect time to manage and improve our sleep. But for that, we need data.
Learning meditation is more accessible than ever, but that's not necessarily a good thing. On the other hand, tech might help us screen for diabetes.
Diabetes prevalence is already a pandemic and it will just get worse. Doctors alone don't stand a chance against ever growing numbers of diabetics. Tech might be the answer.