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Smart technology developed in Oxford features in digital debate

Digital technology developed in Oxford and spread more widely through the Oxford Academic Health Science Network is one of the case studies featured in a major debate on 29 January.

The award-winning GD-m health technology helps women who develop diabetes during pregnancy. This video explains more about how it works.

The GD-m technology was pioneered by Prof Lionel Tarassenko, Head of Engineering at the University of Oxford, who is a panellist in the Innovation Debate at the Royal Institution.

The discussion – chaired by Jonathan Dimbleby – will focus on the impact of DNA and data revolutions on health.

Follow the Innovation Debate live here from 6.30pm on Thursday 29 January.