London could one day see medical supplies delivered between its hospitals by drone, but only if government regulation catches up with the rest of the world, a new report released today has claimed. The vision of a "drone delivery network" ferrying pathology samples, blood products and equipment between medical centres around the capital was analysed as part of Nesta’s Flying High project, which assessed the impact of the technology across five UK regions. Nesta, a charitable organisation based in Britain which seeks to promote technological innovation, modelled delivery flights between Guy's and St Thomas' hospitals in order to asses the feasibility of its proposal. Read more: Drones could add £42bn to UK economy by 2030 Other case studies included utilising the pilotless technology to; assist the emergency services in the West Midlands, enhance the fire service in Bradford, support regeneration work in Preston, and supply NHS hospitals around the Solent. Efforts to deliver … [Read more...] about London hospitals Guy’s and St Thomas used to test NHS drone deliveries Nesta report suggests
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By Amy Graff, SFGATE Updated 8:52 am PDT, Friday, July 13, 2018 Now Playing: Desi Pena took video footage of skaters flying down Dolores Street in San Francisco's Mission District in the Dolores Hill Bomb on July 12, 2013. Find Pena on Instagram at desip_ Media: Desi Pena Hundreds of skateboarders from across the Bay Area blocked off a steep section of Dolores Street in San Francisco's Mission District for an impromptu "hill bombing" event Thursday night. In hill bombing, skaters race down a street or road as fast as they can. The racers — from kids who looked no older than 10 years old to 50-something men — flew down the hills, turning about three blocks of the east side of the city's beloved palm tree–lined street into a skateboard ramp. They hopped on their boards at about Liberty and Dolores streets and then rode down the hills so fast it was only possible to capture them as a blur in cell phone photos. Skaters … [Read more...] about Hundreds of skateboarders take over SF’s Dolores St. for flash ‘hill bombing’ event
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. - A young man shot in the parking lot of the Member's Only Club on 16th Street South in St. Petersburg has died, police said. St. Petersburg police officers responded abut 4:30 a.m. Saturday to the nightclub at 1536 16th St. S. to investigate a call about shots fired in the parking lot.When they arrived, officers were told a man, who appeared to be in his 20s, had been driven by private vehicle to an area hospital, the St. Petersburg Police Department said. … [Read more...] about No word of arrest in fatal nightclub shooting on 16th Street S. in St. Petersburg
MINNEAPOLIS & REHOVOT, Israel--(BUSINESS WIRE)--May 17, 2018--Stratasys (Nasdaq: SSYS), a global leader in additive technology solutions, today announced that surgeons at Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust, London, are using 3D printing technology to improve the success rates of life-saving, complex organ transplantation in young children. This is exemplified in the case of two-year-old Dexter Clark, who recently received a larger-than-average kidney from his father, Brendan Clark. 3D printing played an important role in the operation, according to Mr. Pankaj Chandak, Transplant Registrar at Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust.This press release features multimedia. View the full release here: https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20180517005095/en/Stratasys' multi-material 3D printing supported the successful transplantation of a larger-than-average adult kidney from Brendan Clark, into his two-year-old son, Dexter, by using a 3D printed … [Read more...] about Surgeons Use 3D Printing for Two-Year-Old’s Life-Saving Kidney Transplant at Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust
Last week, it was the Canadian launch of the Samsung Galaxy S III that was delayed. Now, we have a couple of U.S. carriers pushing back the release of the handset. Sprint has apparently told Engadget that while it hopes to get the 16GB version of the Samsung Galaxy S III into the hands of those who pre-ordered it by the original June 21st launch date, the carrier said on Tuesday that orders might arrive one or two days later. In addition, those who expected to receive on June 21st the 32GB variant of the Samsung Galaxy S III that they pre-ordered, will have to wait as that version of the phone won't ship until the following week. The nation's third largest carrier is blaming "overwhelming demand and limited supply" for the delay. Meanwhile, leaked informed obtained by Tmo News shows T-Mobile splitting the launch of the Samsung Galaxy S III into two launches because demand for the Samsung Galaxy S III is exceeding supply. While T-Mobile says it is still will be the first carrier … [Read more...] about Samsung Galaxy S III delay rumored for Sprint; has T-Mobile split the launch?