Extending a kitchen can be a lengthy and complicated proces that most people dream about but never actually go about doing. As any building work, it can get overwhelming and costly, but with proper planning, clear idea of what you want it to be and a budget planned out to a single penny, you should …
Those who enjoy going to the cinema now don’t usually realise how different it was just about a hundred years ago. Since the first ever screening shown by the Lumiere brothers in 1895, a lot has changed – from the quality of the sound to the size and quality of the picture, not many things …
Bioinformatics is a relatively new and foreign concept that refers to the use of computers in biological research, especially in fields such as genomics, sequencing, and genetics.
ISO 27001 is one of the standards that help organisations keep information assets secure. Those information can vary from financial information, intellectual property, employee details, customer personal data and any other information entrusted to you by a third party.
Working as a doctor in Norway has proven to be one of the best decisions a doctor looking for a job can make.
Today’s medicine is evolving quicker than it ever was. With the emergence of new diseases and all the new ways they can spread across the world, it is necessary that there are worldwide requirements put on all medical devices if we want to have any chance of winning.
Sulfuric acid is one of the most corrosive mineral acids used in the laboratory environment. It’s a pungent and ethereal liquid that tends to be colorless or slightly yellow and is soluble in water at all concentrations. It’s a hazardous substance that’s often dyed dark brown during production to alert people. Many people recognize it …
ISO 13485 is a harmonized standard that specifies requirements for quality management (QM) or the QM systems of medical device manufacturers.
Caregivers, especially in hospitals, have an enormous workload. They are constantly looking for ways to work more efficiently and thus have more time available to patients.
Patient-specific hearing aids manufactured using 3D printing are already on the market in millions. However, there are other approaches and treatment methods that could benefit from this manufacturing technology.