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This is how hidden skull injuries are detected
It has taken 20 man-years to develop the new tool, which can detect hidden skull injuries. But it is time well invested. Each year, about 50,000 patients with trauma to the head or to the neck are taken care of, and there are several different types of injuries that either show diffuse symptoms or are difficult to analyze with current diagnostic methods. Using the new tool, it will now be faster to determine what sort of treatment is needed, and the decision taken will be better grounded and can therefore provide more quality care.
Robot project envisions factories where more people want to work
Rather than taking jobs, robots will one day soon join people on the factory floor, as co-workers and collaborators. That’s the vision of a EUR 6.5 million project led by KTH Royal Institute of Technology.