• <Página inicial
Masthead Light

Inspiring a Better Future Through Healthcare

Learn how individuals and companies are using technology to deliver life-saving treatments, improved quality and innovative services

  

Baby girl waits in line for vaccine

The shot sent round the world

Motivated to prevent unnecessary death on a global scale, Nanoly Bioscience develops polymer shield technology that protects and stabilizes vaccines without the need for refrigeration, allowing them to be shipped virtually anywhere in the world.

Learn more >

CT Imaging, Even for the Tiniest Patients

CT imaging, even for the tiniest patients

Doctors use innovative CT imaging to get fast, high-quality results while managing pediatric CT radiation risk with quicker scan times and lower radiation doses through Philips Healthcare technology.

Learn more >

Containing Flu and Combating Cancer

Containing flu and combating cancer

Scientists at Virginia Bioinformatics Institute model individual genomes and map disease data using Intel® Xeon® processor-based high-performance computing clusters, preventing pandemics and providing personalized medicine.

Learn more >

Innovator Peiyan Duan

Innovator Peiyan Duan

Shanghai student Peiyan Duan wins the 2012 Intel ISEF Grand Award for Biochemistry for her diabetes-related discovery, identifying anti-diabetic compounds found in the foxglove herb and demonstrating their effects.

Learn more >

Closing the Sign Language Gap in China

Closing the sign language gap in China

Chinese Sign Language Recognition and Translation System uses Intel® Atom™ processor-based platform and Microsoft Kinect* to close the communications gap between deaf people and the hearing world by translating sign language into text and sound.

Learn more >

The Doctor is In…the Network

The doctor is in…the network

Success stories in Mexico highlight how doctors use telemedicine powered by Intel® technology to share resources and cross geographical barriers for healthcare services, saving time, money, and lives.

Learn more >