Conor McKeever



Museum scans reveal new clues to life and death in Roman London

An innovative method of scanning bones is improving our understanding of child mortality in Roman Britain.

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A view from Vienna, day 4: Type 1 tech and treatments


It’s hard to believe that the JDRF Artificial Pancreas Program was launched only eight years ago. Since then, we’ve gone from a few prototype devices being used by one or two people, to three-week and three-month trials of the artificial pancreas at home, unsupervised by researchers.

But as exciting and as close to reality the first generation devices are now, we’re not resting on our laurels. Thursday’s presentations from researchers focused on all elements of the artificial pancreas – CGMs, pumps and the algorithm – and how we can get the most from them.

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