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Manufacturing of components

EMS, plastics processing, mold making, metal machining processing, surface treatment, laser procesing, additive manufacturing / 3D printing, rapid prototyping
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Manufacturing of finished products

Catheters, cannula, stents, needles, implants, surgical instruments, endoscopes, wearables, IVD, laboratory technologies, biomedical products
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Services

Financing, funding, consulting, research, product design, assembly, contract packaging, labeling, sterilization, testing services
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Manufacturing equipment

Machines for injection molding & laser processing, extruders, 3D printers, robotics, assembly systemes, dosing, cleanroom technology, quality insurance, packaging & labeling machines
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Components, modules, OEM equipment

Electrical motors, pneumatic actuators, pumps, valves, filters, optical & IV components, guide wires, tubings
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Electr. & electron. components

Sensors, electromechanical & optical components, semiconductors, IC, cicuit boards, embedded systems, power supply, lamps, LED, displays
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Microtechnology

Mechatronics, micromechanics, microaktors, microsensors, microelectronics, microoptics, microfluidics, microprocessing, nanotechnology
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Raw materials, materials, adhesives

Plastics, metals, ceramics, composites, semifinised products, glass, packaging materials, adhedives
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Software, IT

Imaging, AR, VR, software development, eHealth, medical apps, data & cyber security, WiFi, radio transmission, maintanance
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Advocating a new paradigm for electron simulations
Physicists at the Center for Advanced Systems Understanding (CASUS) and the Institute of Radiation Physics at the Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf (HZDR) succeeded in significantly improving the density functional theory (DFT) method. This opens up new possibilities for experiments with ultra-high intensity lasers
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Nanomaterials that provide imaging while delivering medication
A research team of University of Texas at Arlington aims in a project to develop biodegradable nanomaterials that will take pictures and deliver medicine to combat peripheral arterial disease (PAD).
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Flexing the power of a conductive polymer
For decades, field-effect transistors enabled by silicon-based semiconductors have powered the electronics revolution. But in recent years, manufacturers have come up against hard physical limits to further size reductions and efficiency gains of silicon chips. That has scientists and engineers looking for alternatives to conventional metal-oxide semiconductor (CMOS) transistors.
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3D printing of 'organic electronics'
When looking at the future of production of micro-scale organic electronics, Mohammad Reza Abidian – associate professor of Biomedical Engineering at the University of Houston Cullen College of Engineering – sees their potential for use in flexible electronics and bioelectronics, via multiphoton 3-D printers.
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Wearable chemical sensor is as good as gold
Researchers created a special ultrathin sensor, spun from gold, that can be attached directly to the skin without irritation or discomfort. The sensor can measure different biomarkers or substances to perform on-body chemical analysis. It works using a technique called Raman spectroscopy.
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Natural super glue from native mistletoe berries – a promising discovery
A team of researchers discovered strong adhesive properties of white-berry mistletoe. The mistletoe berry's flexible fibers adhere to both skin and cartilage as well as to various synthetic materials and could find application in many fields, such as wound sealant in biomedicine, through ease of processing.
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Fully automated: New center for digitally networked surface and coating technology opened at Fraunhofer IFAM
With the newly opened "Center for Networked Surface and Coating Technology", Fraunhofer IFAM is researching the digital future of surface treatment using machine learning.
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Researchers develop hybrid sensor that can help diagnose cancer
A team of researchers from HSE University, Skoltech, MPGU, and MISIS have developed a nanophotonic-microfluidic sensor whose potential applications include cancer detection, monitoring and treatment response assessment. The device can identify gases and liquids dissolved at low concentrations with a high degree of accuracy.
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Improved ability to synthesize and process polyaniline
Researchers from the University of Tsukuba and collaborating partners prepared polyaniline in a wide range of cheap solvents. This development will facilitate advanced applications in printed circuit boards and other technologies.
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A robotic finger with living skin tissue points to future manufacturing methods
Researchers from the University of Tokyo pool knowledge of robotics and tissue culturing to create a controllable robotic finger covered with living skin tissue. The robotic digit has living cells and supporting organic material grown on top of it for ideal shaping and strength.
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New material paves the way for remote-controlled medication and electronic pills
Biomedicines are produced by living cells and are used to treat cancer and autoimmune diseases among other things. The medicines are very expensive to produce, something that limits global access. Now researchers have invented a material that uses electrical signals to capture and release biomolecules.
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Production control with the cloud
Today, public cloud systems can be used for outsourcing computationally intensive applications and storing large amounts of data. However, these systems are not designed for millisecond-accurate control of machines in production environments. They are not freely configurable and are difficult to connect to real-time-capable networks.
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3D printed, bioinspired heart valves
Researchers have developed 3D printed artificial heart valves designed to allow a patient’s own cells to form new tissue. To form these scaffolds using melt electrowriting – an advanced additive manufacturing technique – the team has created a new fabrication platform that enables them to combine different precise, customized patterns and hence to fine-tune the scaffold’s mechanical properties.
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Imaging: World's first measurement of magnetic-field-dependent stimulated emission
In medical care, magnetic fields of heart and brain activity are measured to detect diseases at an early stage. To measure even the smallest magnetic fields, researchers at Fraunhofer IAF are working on a new approach: diamond-based laser threshold magnetometry.
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A link between entropy production and topology
The Department Living Matter Physics from the Max Planck Institute for Dynamics and Self-Organization (MPI-DS) revealed a link between the generation of entropy and the topological features of a system. In their study, recently published in Nature Communications, the scientists investigated the random motion of particles in vortex flows.
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New center for semiconductor research opened in Dresden
A flagship of semiconductor research with international reach is emerging in Dresden. Fraunhofer IPMS and Fraunhofer IZM-ASSID are bundling their competences and establishing the Center for Advanced CMOS & Heterointegration Saxony. The center will offer the complete value chain in 300 mm microelectronics, a prerequisite for high-tech research for future technologies.
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Sponge-like solar cells could be basis for better pacemakers
Invented by UChicago scientists, a new kind of solar cell could spur useful technology.
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Improving mineral exploration efficiency in Europe
Europe imports most of its raw materials used in renewable energy and digital technologies. But Europe has its own deposits of key raw materials and boosting domestic production would help to secure strategic and industrial value chains.
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European Labour Market Barometer remains high
After rising four times in a row, there is no further increase in the European Labour Market Barometer in May. The labour market leading indicator of the European Network of Public Employment Services and the Institute for Employment Research (IAB) remains at 103.4 points – the same level as for April. The assessments of the development of unemployment and employment continue to be positive.
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For the first time, a human liver was treated in a machine and then successfully transplanted
The Liver4Life research team owes its perfusion machine, which was developed in house, to the fact that it became possible to implant a human organ into a patient after a storage period of three days outside a body.
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New route to build materials out of tiny particles
Researcher Laura Rossi and her group at TU Delft have found a new way to build synthetic materials out of tiny glass particles – so-called colloids.
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Nanosensor platform could advance detection of ovarian cancer
Ovarian cancer is the fifth leading cause of cancer death among women, and it’s so deadly, in part, because the disease is hard to catch in its early stages. A team of researchers is working to change that. Their approach uses machine learning techniques to efficiently analyze spectral signatures of carbon nanotubes to detect biomarkers of the disease and to recognize the cancer itself.
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Multi-tasking wearable continuously monitors glucose, alcohol, and lactate
Imagine being able to measure your blood sugar levels, know if you've had too much to drink, and track your muscle fatigue during a workout, all in one small device worn on your skin. Engineers at the UC San Diego have developed a prototype of such a wearable that can continuously monitor several health stats – glucose, alcohol, and lactate levels – simultaneously in real-time.
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Life cycle assessment shows: useful life of tech-critical metals to be short
Worldwide, almost all technology-intensive industries depend on readily available metallic raw materials. Consequently, precise and reliable information is needed on how long these raw materials remain in the economic cycle. To obtain the necessary data, a research team from the universities of Bayreuth, Augsburg and Bordeaux has now developed a new modelling method.
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Haptics device creates realistic virtual textures
USC Viterbi computer scientists have created a user-driven haptics search that can generate dead-ringers for real world textures.
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