In this section we want to inform you about all the breakthroughs at NBS, the things happening in the world that affect the people connected to us, and what we learn from them. Among many other possibilities, you will find news of new developments, clinical studies, attendance to conferences, and interviews to users and patients.
NBS connects with the world New Born Solution (NBS) is in the news and definitely visible and an interest to society. In the past month, NBS has been selected and sponsored by Chiesi to participate in the Richi Foundation Social Entrepreneur Inmersion program in Boston, interviewed by BBC WORLD … Read More
Javier Jiménez, Spanish Innovator under 35 of 2016 Watch the summary video of the ceremony to see the 2016 Innovator Under 35 in Spain: The MIT Technology Review Magazine acknowledges the innovative work of our CEO The prestigious and oldest technology-focused magazine has recognized New Born … Read More
Barcelona Winner And 2nd Place At The ImagineIf! Global Competition. New Born Solutions (NBS) CEO Javier Jiménez made the 2nd place in the Global ImagineIf! business pitch competition. The event was held in Cambridge (UK) on September 22nd, 2016 during the Innovation Forum Healthcare Conference. … Read More
NBS and the Spanish Meningitis Association (AEM, the acronym in Spanish) join forces to fight against meningitis. AEM is now leading the successful and restless awareness task initiated by the former Irene Megías Foundation against Meningitis. Despite of being the only meningitis association in … Read More
Bacterial Meningitis (BM) is associated with high case fatality rates (20-50%), causing around 60,000 annual newborn deaths, further 180.000 annual deaths in older children (1-59 months), and significant sequelae among survivors. In under-resourced regions, diagnostic dilemmas are … Read More
Bacterial Meningitis (BM) is associated with high case fatality rates (20-50%), causing around 60,000 annual newborn deaths, further 180.000 annual deaths in older children (1-59 months), and significant sequelae among survivors. In industrialised countries, BM detection is challenging due to the … Read More