An international team of 63 scientists have identified unique “breathprints” for 17 diseases with 86 percent accuracy, and have developed a miniature breathalyzer that noninvasively detects, classifies and diagnoses these diseases, including numerous types of cancer, Parkinson's, multiple sclerosis, chronic kidney disease and others.Read On the Horizon Futures Report
Soon, on-demand bioprinting will be the answer to organ donor shortages in this country that claim the lives of 22 people each day waiting for compatible donor organs.Read On the Horizon Futures Report
Competing in a world of accelerating digital business innovation is no doubt what keeps most CEOS and CIOs awake at night these days. Are you wondering what technologies to track and monitor in order to get ahead of the competition?Read On the Horizon Futures Report
Articles curated by Pamela McConathy Schied, MS, Futures Studies in Commerce, College of Technology, University of Houston; Principal, Foresight Communications Group, firstname.lastname@example.org.
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