Transcription – a round-up of things we saw this week

Transcription – a round-up of things we saw this week

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Welcome to Transcription, a round-up of recent news and points of interest across science, health, technology, and design.

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PHARMA

Sanofi has a blog post talking about diversity and inclusion, and how essential they are for business success.

 

Working Mother has named Novartis US a 100 Best Company.

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MEDICAL DEVICES

Dr Brennan Speigal of the Cedar-Sinai/AppliedVR clinical studies was tweeting about the need for more evidence behind digital health solutions this week. 

 

Over on Gizmodo, Maddie Stone reported on the integration of the Thalmic Labs' Myo armband with prosthetics.

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MIXED REALITY – AR, VR, MIXED, AND MERGED

There Is Only R spoke with Foursquare's Dennis Crowley about augmented reality, and building for right now versus building for the future.

 

At Public Library of Science, Travis Saunders offered suggestions on how Pokémon Go could improve as a health app.

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MARKETING AND SOCIAL MEDIA

Snapchat’s new Spectacles have people abuzz this week – here’s a good piece by Maddy Myers on The Mary Sue about hurdles faced by of surveillence tech.

 

The IAB (Interactive Advertising Bureau) is developing guidelines to address adblockers, VR, and use of emoji in advertising.

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DESIGN

Geometric cakes by Dinara Kasko (via Colossal).

 

We think we need a projection-mapped, AR-gaming climbing wall, by Augmented Climbing. Yep, pretty sure we need that. Especially after geometric cake.


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