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Celia, De Vinci Research Center Intern: How Music and Engineering can Help With Alzheimer’s
22 Nov 2022 /
By Carmina Marcarian /
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Celia, a student in Bioengineering at Universidad de Valladolid, joined the De Vinci Research Center for an interdisciplinary research program in partnership with ESILV and six other healthcare and educational establishments. Her work opens up possibilities around new therapies for Alzheimer’s disease combining the best of two worlds: engineering and music. “TalaSound” is the name […]


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Why Bioethics Should Matter to Everyone?
17 Nov 2022 /
By ESILV Paris /
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Traditional standards for ethics in bioengineering still have a long way to go capture the significant ethical aspects of this sector. To encourage the appropriate methods of work, a new type of bioengineering ethics should be created through a creative fusion of engineering ethics and bioethics.


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3 Top Trends to Watch Out for in the Health Engineering and Technology Sectors
13 Sep 2022 /
By Carmina Marcarian /
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Green hospitals embedded in their environment, digitally transformed hospitals, and personalized medicine. Here are some trends shaping the world of health engineering and biotechnology. As data and artificial intelligence infuse all areas of life, how do public and private players drive forward the ecological and digital transitions in healthcare? In biology and medicine, technologies such […]


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Three Engineering Student Projects Focused on Health and Biotechnology
10 May 2022 /
By Carmina Marcarian /
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Using digital technology to improve the diagnosis of eye diseases, improve the treatment of degenerative diseases such as Alzheimer’s, or increase the pharmaceutical industry’s performance. These challenges require training more engineers capable of evolving in a flourishing healthtech universe. Between biotech, medtech and e-health, the need for skills in artificial intelligence, big data, and their […]


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Inside The Biggest Contributions of Medical Technology
24 Mar 2022 /
By ESILV Paris /
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Medical technology has the potential to save lives, improve health, and contribute to long-term healthcare solutions. Patients, healthcare professionals, healthcare systems, engineers, and society, in general, all benefit from the industry’s breakthrough equipment and tests. Medical and biotechnology businesses are also important contributors to Europe’s economic growth and job creation.


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Biotechnology in Day-to-Day Life: What are the Job Opportunities?
27 Jan 2022 /
By ESILV Paris /
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If you had the opportunity to get one of the highest-paid and reputed jobs in the field of biotechnology engineering, would you say no? It has become a rapidly growing field and the demand for biotechnical experts has been booming like no other. With a sector that is a blend of many specializations where students […]


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AI-Powered MRI: Guillaume, ESILV alumnus, performs Research on Deep Learning to improve medical diagnosis
30 Jun 2020 /
By Carmina Marcarian /
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As A.I., Robotics and Data are redrawing the healthcare landscape, researchers from all over the world started to study and to publish about deep learning-based magnetic resonance imagining (MRI). One of them is Guillaume Fradet, ESILV alumnus, class of 2019, who is a data scientist specialized in e-health, machine learning, and computer vision. Guillaume is […]


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Three Entrepreneur Projects from ESILV in Digital Health and Data Management, in the Finals of the Devinci Startup Day
28 Apr 2020 /
By Carmina Marcarian /
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Devinci’s Startup Day entrepreneurial pitch contest took place on March 10 at the Pôle Léonard de Vinci. Twelve early-stage startups competed for community support as well as for the votes of the jury. The jury shortlisted three projects led by ESILV engineering students in digital health and data management in the finals. Two of these […]


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Innovation Projects in Engineering School: Class of 2020 hosts the PI²5 showroom
10 Mar 2020 /
By Carmina Marcarian /
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ESILV’s 5-year engineering students displayed their final-year projects at a showroom held at the Pole De Vinci’s campus, on January 31. The innovative industrial projects, called “PI²5”, enabled students to promote their work to companies, technical students associations and public institutions or to contribute to science through their research projects. 4 out of 43 projects […]


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De Vinci Innovation Center: Five Different Universes To Test Innovation Tools like MIT Media Lab does
25 Feb 2020 /
By Carmina Marcarian /
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Just a year after its opening, the De Vinci Innovation Center has become a fully functional laboratory of the future. The trans-disciplinary research lab of the Pole Leonard de Vinci equipped itself with some twenty new series of cutting-edge equipment and innovative technology tools. The Center supports the development of eHealth research, Industry 4.0, mixed […]


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E-Health and M-Health: Latest Technologies to Watch out For
20 Feb 2020 /
By ESILV Paris /
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2020 arrived and brought with it the many ways technology is changing how we think about IT in healthcare. The current developments in technology in the area of e-health and m-health are also increasing benefits for both practitioners and the patients.


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Biotechnology and E-health: Are They the Next Big Thing?
23 Jan 2020 /
By ESILV Paris /
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No one saw this coming: all the things that biotechnology has accomplished and reached in just a matter of time. And we are just beginning to comprehend and recognize the endless opportunities it’s been creating.


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