Scientific experts from University of Geneva (UNIGE, Many-Me project Partner) intensively work on the solution called Many-Me Angel: the application, providing patients on the middle stage of dementia with a responsive system that offers them support when and if necessary to increase their safety, autonomy, and participation in social life. Thanks to Many-Me Geneva’s meeting,…
It’s too soon to get any hopes up yet, but… This article published in New Scientist contains the desciption of medical experiment consisting in delivering electrical curent to the brain of patients suffering from Alzheimer’s desease. Voltage is delivered to the patient’s brain by two thin implanted wires. In the first test of this technique…
UNIGE (University of Geneva), project partner, was a host of the first Live Meeting of Many-Me Consortium, on Monday 22nd and Tuesday 23th of January, in Geneva’s University district called Batelle. In this interesting, scientific campus, surrounded by picturesque chain of mountains, participants found a lot of hospitality – and a perfect occasion to discuss…
  The Many-Me Angel – an application for people with early dementia – was presented by University of Geneva, the project partner, at the AAL Forum 2017. The Active and Assisted Living (AAL) Programme promotes innovative technological product ideas and services for active and healthy ageing, supporting them until they launch on the market. These innovations…