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Researchers have used liquid metals to develop new bacteria-destroying technology that could be the answer to the deadly problem of antibiotic resistance. - rmit.edu.au
New light-sensitive material could eliminate some of the endoscopic procedures needed to remove gastrointestinal devices. - news.mit.edu
Slightly more than five years ago, one of the most popular operating systems in history was retired, and this major end-of-life (EOL) event still has a major impact on IT and information security. - healthdatamanagement.com
Greg Page might not have survived a cardiac arrest he suffered at The Wiggles' reunion show on Friday if it wasn't for Castle Hill RSL's public access defibrillator and an off-duty nurse in the audience willing to give it a go. - smh.com.au
Increasing patient demands and a wave of technological innovation will force healthcare providers to redesign their service delivery methods in 2020. - hospitalhealth.com.au
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