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Bayer Crop Science partners Cargill to provide digital solutions to smallholder...

Cargill’s ‘Digital Saathi’ – a mobile-first, AI-driven service platform and Bayer’s Better Life Farming Centres aims to improve market access for smallholder farmers

BioVoice eMagazine May 2023 | Issue 5 | Volume 4

This edition focuses on the advanced technological interventions currently underway in Indian agriculture sector. It showcases the strides made by leading 20 AgriTech startups and a series of interviews with few of the founders.

BioVoice eMagazine April 2023 | Issue 4 | Volume 4

Click to Read: April 2023 Edition of BioVoice eMagazine The Cover Story Healthcare 3.0 Evolving Landscape of Digital Health examines the digital healthcare story in...

NFL launches Mobile Digital Health Clinic

The company will be launching preventive health screening under its CSR efforts

Govt operationalizes 29 mobile veterinary units & call centre in Thiruvananthpuram

The scheme will help in transforming the dairy sector from a subsistence-based farm livelihood to a commercially viable enterprise, resulting into gainful employment to the youth of the Kerala

Mental wellness startup LISSUN launches its iOS mobile app for users

Updates its android application and website for a seamless experience

Clarivate powers ‘Smile on Wheels’ mobile healthcare unit in Delhi

Smile on Wheels is a national-level mobile healthcare programme focused on serving underprivileged communities

NHA revamps ABHA mobile application to manage health records under Ayushman...

The revamped Ayushman Bharat Health Account (ABHA) mobile application offers added functionalities and a new User Interface (UI) for improved usability

Bangalore startup develops mobile app for detection & risk assessment of...

It uses the power of smartphone processor and smartphone sensors to capture a bunch of body signals..................

Mobile app to better manage people at risk of cardio-vascular disease

A mobile app supported system developed by an Indo-Australian team to help identify and better manage people at high risk of cardiovascular disease has been shown to be beneficial in a study conducted in rural communities in Indonesia................