Technology and Innovation Journalism
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Familiarity over foodtech: Is this the end of disruptive product development?
Understanding the current and future drivers for novel ingredients
AI prompts wave of medical tourism
AI for patients: Hype or Hope - Pharma Technology Focus | Issue 132 | July 2023
Newborn genome testing expands
Understanding updates on medical device labelling
Nanotech knowledge grows to progress tuberculosis treatment
Sterilisation innovation to prioritise patient safety
Self-powered drug delivery systems: a medical breakthrough?
New medications for PCOS slowly edge toward development
Lack of trust in AI-led electronic health systems remains
Will sustainable insect protein ever achieve mainstream popularity?
However, overcoming consumer resistance and developing at a commercial scale are two leading issues facing inse
Overturning Roe: Impact on IVF treatment technologies
Are we entering the era of biologics for COPD?
Approaches like bronchodilator inhalers focus on treating both asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). The same, however, is not true for therapeutic biologics. While th
New dietary fibre insights drive nutritional and health launches
“The gap between consumption and recommended fibres intake is undoubtedly a public health issue,” said Anne Lionnet, business developer in charge of LifyWheat’s European development at Limagrain Ingredients.
Will protein be the next mega-trend in 2023?
However, with the adoption of new processes and product developments, the question now is whether it will signify a change for protein in 2023.
Proteins remain a critical ingredient in the global food industry. With the
Preparing for acrylamide regulation updates in 2023
Acrylamide is found in various foods, including baked goods and snacks. The chemical substance comes from the naturally present substances of free asparagine (amino acids) and sugars. Acrylamide forms from cooking processes, such as bak
The story of wheat features resilience as its main character
Manufacturers are witnessing a growing number of consumers asking about the wheat’s provenance, how it impacts farmers and its required farming practic
Fertility tech in 2023: At-home, personalisation and accessibility
“For patients, assisted reproduction is prohibitively expensive, often requires multiple attempts, is physically and emotionally onerous, and is still rarely covered by insurance,” relays Paxton Maed