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.