We are delighted that our our article in the current issue of the American Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology is freely accessible until November 14th:
Make sure you watch the video at the bottom of the page!
We are closely watching this fascinating research:
As announced in January, for our collaboration with UCL GIFT-Surg, we are looking for a brilliant research associate to work on modelling the Sonic Womb.
Here is the job description: http://www.gift-surg.ac.uk/new-research-collaboration-develop-next-generation-neonatal-incubators/
We are delighted to announce that we are collaborating with GIFT-Surg at UCL on our research to increase our understanding of the role of sound in-utero in order to create the next generation of neonatal incubators:
This is incredibly exciting for Sonic Womb as the GIFT-Surg project, which aims to push a major development in fetal surgery through better in utero imaging and surgical tools, spans an incredible array of disciplines and technologies which Sonic Womb will be able to draw on, from modelling (the main initial focus of our collaboration), to robotics, via 3D printing (of organ mimicking tissues), smart glasses and more.
We will also be contributing an updated Sonic Womb immersive experience to GIFT-Surg’s public engagement strategy… coming to you before the end of 2017 in London!
Our very own Julian Henriques was a guest on BBC Radio London Listed Londoner. He talks about the sounds of the Notting Hill Carnival and shares his favourite London haunts:
Philippe Mercure, the science reporter of Canada’s La Presse wrote this great article about us yesterday. Thank you Philippe!