Healthcare, Innovations, Programming languages, software development, Web

Cello – a programming language for living cells

Programming cells may soon become as easy as programming a computer. Just as computer software designers create programming for computers, scientists have created a programming language that allows them to design DNA-encoded circuits that can give new function to living cells. Using this language, anyone can write a program for the function they want, such… Continue reading Cello – a programming language for living cells

Mobile

Xamarin: new trend technology in mobile cross-platform development

Nowadays Xamarin has been continuing to become more and more popular among developers and business units. This is for sure as Xamarin framework allows to create apps quickly by enabling them to code in C# which can be shared across multiple platforms such as iOS and Android. So let’s define some key features Xamarin has… Continue reading Xamarin: new trend technology in mobile cross-platform development

Healthcare, Mobile, Software Development Services

Electronic Health Record (EHR) Trends: from wearables and telemedicine to cloud computing and big data

The new trend for many medical practices is obtaining an EHR (Electronic Health Record) system. While there are many practitioners still using files and travel cards, EHR provides better efficiencies for billing, reimbursements, audits etc. Admittedly, there are more systems then doctors but acquiring an EHR allows better practice efficiencies and perhaps more money for… Continue reading Electronic Health Record (EHR) Trends: from wearables and telemedicine to cloud computing and big data

IoT, IT Start Up, IT Trends

IT trends in the Nordics. Part I: Internet of Things (IoT)

Is Nordics pioneering IoT? From remote control to autonomous connected things and intelligent decision making. Initiatives from Sweden, Norway, Denmark and Finland: start-ups and industry leaders engaged. Nordic countries are leading the way in the Internet of Things, the latest ‘Connected things’ study by TeliaSonera shows. There will be ~4 connected devices per person in the Nordics… Continue reading IT trends in the Nordics. Part I: Internet of Things (IoT)