The number of digital technology uses in the health sector is multiplying. We seek to modernise operating theatres, facilitate medication, and shorten hospitalisation periods to relieve the burden on healthcare centres without harming the patients. Patients are monitored remotely and assisted during recovery, as digital technology allows health professionals to collect data on the patients’ […]
Army barracks transformed into student lodging
Interview of the month : Maxime Nade
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Dancers to enhance the achievements in Ile de France
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The project conceived by Danish architects Henning Larsen and Lille-based architecture firm Keurkhas been chosen to host the European Medicines Agency (EMA) in the event of the success of the Lille candidacy. Linkcity and Bouygues Bâtiment Nord-Est are leading the consortium and are ready to begin construction if they get the green light.They'll find out on 20 November.