Robotics update 2022

As a robotics update 2022 we would like to mention realistic mesmer robot head - Adran A Mesmer Robot 'Each Mesmer robot is designed and developed from 3D in-house scans of actual humans, enabling the developers to duplicate human bones' structure, skin texture, and expressions. To develop a Mesmer robot, Engineered Arts initially uses a custom 3D scanning "Photogrammetry Rig" to catch images of the subject from each angle.

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Prohibition of Offsetting Against Invoice Correction

Currently, German GKV (Gesetzliche Krankenversicherung) and DKG (Deutsche Krankenhausgesellschaft) are negotiating a new test procedure for the accounting audit. The billing by health insurances could be lifted, as well as invoice correction for hospitals. Read on at:

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According to several scientific studies, here are five things you could do on a daily basis that are good for your brain — and one that isn’t. — Read on — More updates and useful links in our blog at


Evolution of Man

Paleoanthropology studies the origin and evolution of man and tries to reconstruct the history of biological and cultural changes experienced by our ancestors since the lines that have led to humans and chimpanzees split some six million years ago. One of the main bodies of evidence on which the study of human evolution draws is fossils of extinct hominid species. Read on - More updates and useful links in our blog at    


EIT Health Idays

The European Institut for Innovation & Technology (EIT) the promotes now health innovation among university students through one-to-two-day programmes Innovation Days (i-Days) held at academic institutions. — Read on More updates and useful links in our blog at


Top Science Books 2019

The 2019 Royal Society  Science Book Prize One of the winners of the UK's most prestigious science book prize 2019 is „The Remarkable Life of the Skin: An Intimate Journey Across Our Surface“ by Monty Lyman (Bantam Press) The Royal Society said: "Providing a cover for our delicate and intricate bodies, the skin is our largest and fastest growing organ. We see it, touch it and live in it every day. It's a habitat for a mesmerizingly complex world of micro-organisms and physical functions that are vital to our health and our survival. It’s also one of the first things people see about us and is crucial to our sense of identity. And yet how much do we really know about it? Through the lenses of science, sociology and history, Dr. Monty Lyman leads us on a journey across our most underrated and unexplored organ and reveals how the skin is far stranger and more complex than you’ve ever imagined." — Read on: More updates and useful links in our blog at      


Problems of Robots in the Healthcare: EU Report

This report summarises the presentations and discussions of a workshop on the use of robots and AI in healthcare, held at the European Parliament in Brussels on Tuesday 19 February 2019. The aim of the workshop was to provide background information and advice for Members of the ENVI Committee on the status and prospects of applying robotic and artificial intelligence (AI) based technologies in healthcare. The first part of the workshop focused on the practical application of AI and robots in healthcare, while the second part examined the ethical implications and responsibilities of AI and robotic based technologies in healthcare. — Read More at More updates and useful links in our blog at


Burnout Diagnosis

What is burnout and how you can prevent it. The last update from World Economic Forum will give you an insight. More updates and useful links in our blog at