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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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Better than humans: Laboratory robot for nanoparticle production

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Time to manufacture fibre-optic medical devices significantly reduced
The time it takes to manufacture fibre-optic medical devices used in healthcare has been dramatically slashed, Heriot-Watt University has announced.
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"Placenta-on-a-chip": novel 3D microfluidic device uncovers complicated processes within the placenta
FAU-researchers develop and test a novel 3D microfluidic device to uncover complicated processes within the placenta. The "Placenta-on-a-chip" mimics malaria-infected nutrient exchange between mother and fetus.
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New production technology opens way to quantum light sources with fifiber optic compatibility
For the first time, a team led by the Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf (HZDR) has now presented an appropriate production technology for single-photons using silicon nanopillars: a chemical etching method followed by ion bombardment.
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Split manufacturing for trustworthy electronics "Made in Germany"
A consortium of Fraunhofer institutes and well-known German industrial companies is developing a split-manufacturing approach for semiconductor production in the project "Distributed Manufacturing for Novel and Trustworthy Electronics T4T". This will enable the secure assembly of subsystems in Germany and safeguard supply chains.
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Biointelligent sensor for measuring viral activity
Fraunhofer IPA is the overall coordinator of the European biointelligence project BioProS. In this project, a biointelligent sensor for measuring viral activity for the production of therapeutics is being developed.
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Building scaffolds using exotic elements: Research team succeeds in creating novel metal-organic frameworks
Discovered 25 years ago, metal-organic frameworks (MOFs) quickly gained the aura of a "miracle material" due to their particular properties: their large inner surfaces and tuneable pore sizes facilitate improved applications, for example in materials separation and gas storage.
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Putting composites to the test intelligently
Structural damage in lightweight components is often difficult to detect using conventional non-destructive testing methods. Two new research robots at the Institute of Polymer Technology (IKT) at the University of Stuttgart, working autonomously and synchronously, are intended to optimize the testing technology for multifunctional high-performance materials.
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3D printed surfaces inspired by nature
Using laser radiation, researchers can print tiny structures with the highest precision. A method to mimic the superpowers of animals and plants and make them accessible to technology.
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Researchers develop self-sterilising plastic film
Researchers at Queen’s University Belfast have developed a ground-breaking plastic film that can kill viruses that land on its surface with room light. The self-sterilising film is the first of its kind – it is low cost to produce, can be readily scaled and could be used for disposable aprons, tablecloths, and curtains in hospitals.
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Just wait a Femtosecond
Researchers at The University of Tsukuba add pump-probe capability to a scanning tunneling microscopy system to allow time-resolved images to be captured as fast as 30 femtoseconds, which can accelerate material science research.
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Making nanodiamonds out of bottle plastic
An international team of researchers fired a laser at a thin film of simple PET plastic and investigated what happened using intensive laser flashes. One result was that the researchers were able to confirm their earlier thesis that it really does rain diamonds inside the Neptun and Uranus. And another was that this method could establish a new way of producing nanodiamonds.
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Thinner than a needle: new flexible ultra-thin endoscope
Recently, a team of the Institute for Basic Science (IBS), has developed a high-resolution holographic endoscope system. The researchers were able to overcome the previous limitation of fiber optic endoscopy and were able to reconstruct high-resolution images, without attaching a lens or any equipment to the distal end of the fiber bundle.
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Miniaturized Lab-on-a-Chip for real-time chemical analysis of liquids
A fingertip-sized chip replaces bulky laboratory equipment. An infrared sensor has been developed at TU Wien (Vienna) that analyses the content of liquids within the fraction of a second.
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Early Careeer Award 2022: Francesca Santoro honored for smart bioelectronics
The Leopoldina Early Career Award 2022 has been awarded to materials scientist and biomedical engineer Prof. Dr. Francesca Santoro. With this prize, the German National Academy of Sciences Leopoldina acknowledges both her research contributions in the bioelectronics field and her work to develop new materials capable of interacting with the skin and the brain.
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AI-enabled, optical fibre sensor device could help monitor brain injury
Imperial researchers have developed a patient monitoring system to monitor multiple biomarkers following traumatic brain injury. The device combines the ability to monitor four biomarkers at once with machine learning algorithms that use previous data to predict biomarker concentrations based on obtained data in real-time.
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ERC Starting Grant for micro-medical robots
Biomedical engineer and Cyber Valley research group leader Dr. Tian Qiu from the Institute of Physical Chemistry at the University of Stuttgart will receive one of the prestigious Starting Grants of the European Research Council (ERC) from January 2023. The funded project is called "VIBEBOT", which is developing microrobots that can move through biological tissue.
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3D artificial pneumatic muscles for future "makers"
Artificial pneumatic muscles consisting of 3D-printed structures that can extend and contract as required: this is the innovative design of the GRACE actuators devised by researchers from the Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia (IIT, Italian Institute of Technology) in Genoa and the Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna (SSSA, Sant’Anna School of Advanced Studies) in Pisa.
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3D printing of starch for personalised medicine development
For the purpose of personalised therapies, the UPV/EHU’s "Materials+Technologies" (GMT) Group has used 3D printing to develop tablets based on different types of starch, and has confirmed that drug release could be tailored by optimising the right starch type and tablet shape.
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New diamond quantum sensor images cardiac currents
A team of scientists led by Associate Professor Takayuki Iwasaki of Tokyo Institute of Technology have now developed a novel setup to perform magnetcardiography (MCG) at higher resolutions. Their approach is based on a diamond quantum sensor comprising nitrogen vacancies, which act as special magnetic "centers" that are sensitive to the weak magnetic fields produced by heart currents.
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Microscopic color converters move small laser-based devices closer to reality
Lasers are everywhere. With the help of new research from Giulio Cerullo, a nonlinear optics researcher at Politecnico di Milano in Italy and collaborators at Columbia University, devices that use lasers are poised to become a whole lot smaller.
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Sensor could help patients stay on top of their meds
Lithium can alleviate the symptoms of bipolar disorder and depression — if taken in just the right amount. To precisely monitor the amount of this medication in the body, patients must undergo invasive blood tests. But scientists report the invention of a tiny sensor that detects lithium levels from sweat on the surface of a fingertip.
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Hydrogel plasters: strong adhesion thanks to cavitation bubbles
Canadian researchers have discovered that they can stick hydrogel plasters to the skin very effectively using ultrasound. ETH Zurich professor Outi Supponen has now explained the underlying mechanism: imploding bubbles that form within the adhesive located between the plaster and the skin anchor the one on the other.
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Researchers create new, unparalleled supramolecular plastic which is degradable and highly recyclable
A research group headed by Senior Researcher Jianwei Li at the MediCity Research Laboratory in Finland has explored a new type of materials called supramolecular plastics that would substitute the conventional polymeric plastics with an eco-friendlier material promoting sustainable development.
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Microchip could help in treating metastatic cancer
Cancer spreads via circulating tumor cells (CTCs) that travel through the blood to other organs, and they are nearly impossible to track. Now, researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology have found a detection method that could revolutionize cancer treatment by showing how cancers metastasize and what stage they are.
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Customized fiber generates Bessel beams
An all fiber-based approach to generating special optical beams, called Bessel beams, could open up new applications in imaging, optical trapping and communications.
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Ybrain Receives Translational Research Award 2022 Neuroergonomics Conference & NYC Neuromodulation Conference
NEW YORK, Aug. 18, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- Ybrain recently received the Translational Research Award at this year's Neuroergonomics Conference and NYC Neuromodulation Conference held...
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Vivo Surgical honoured with the esteemed WIPO-IPOS IP for Innovation Award
Dr Kevin Koh, CEO of Vivo Surgical, commented: “In just four-and-a-half years, we have built a company that focuses on addressing clinical needs with cutting-edge technologies. Being recognized with...
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Vivo Surgical announces acceptance into Mount Sinai Innovation Partners Strategic Virtual Incubator, Elementa Labs
Vivo Surgical, a pioneering medical device company based in Singapore, has been selected to join the prestigious Elementa Labs program run by Mount Sinai Innovation Partners (MSIP), the...
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Hunter Urology is now part of the Optimum Medical group
Hunter Urology is a British company specialising in continence care for people needing to carry out intermittent self catheterisation (ISC) or clean intermittent self catheterisation (CIC). Hunter...
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Mechatronic GmbH is now part of BAYOONET Group
Mechatronic GmbH extends range of services as part of the BAYOONET Group: The merger of Mechatronic GmbH with the BAYOONET Group gives customers from the fields of medical technology and...
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APD continues to innovate providing diverse power solutions for medical power supplies
Due to the impact of the pandemic, medical and long-distance Networking equipment have become the most urgent needs of the market. Taiwan’s leading power supply manufacturer – Asian Power...
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Systematic, maximum improvment.
Lean management is nothing new. Implementing it successfully in the long run, however, requires the collaboration of as many staff members as possible. For this reason, the WILD Group is launching a...
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IUL will introduce at the Medica the brand new Fluorescence Lateral Flow Reader.
Discover the iPeak® Europium, IUL´s brand new Lateral Flow Reader. The iPeak® readers are IUL´s unique and extremely sensitive open system readers for your colorimetric or fluorescence lateral...
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Opening of New Factory in Germany in September 2020
The Japanese Yamaichi Electronics Group has been producing in Frankfurt (Oder), the group's only production site in Europe, for almost 15 years. However, the production halls in the former...
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ESP: the Innovative Reusable Transparent Face Mask that will change your life!
The ESP screen mask is approved following the European regulatory approach, based on and in strict compliance with protocols issued from European standards. The ESP mask is made of...
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Micromed Group is Strong in Mexico
MEXICO CITY – Micromed Group recently delivered a record breaking 34 NEUROWERK EMG systems to Mexico. Working closely with our distributor, TLM Tecno Lógica Mexicana, Micromed Group have successfully...
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Longstanding Customer gets new Routine Equipment
Zürich, Switzerland – Micromed Group places seven new BRAIN QUICK Systems at the Swiss Epilepsy Center (EPI Clinic) in Lengg after refurbishment of the exam rooms. EPI-Clinic by the Swiss Foundation...
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New Headquarters
Throughout the end of 2021, Fortress were finalising our move into our new headquarters. Based in Antrim Technology Park, our custom built 30,000 square-foot facility is now open and a secure...
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ASAcampus on the International Space Station
ASAcampus involved once again in an experiment that will take place on the International Space Station. After having participated in the CORM experiment (2017) and in the XENOGRISS experiment (2019),...
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New Launch – Hemostax®| Absorbable ORC
Futura Surgicare Pvt Ltd, a leader in the medical devices industry and has been delivering excellence in design, manufacture and distribution for the last 28 years with a focus on wound closure...
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Secure. Hygienic. Needle free. medK Needle free Extension Lines for Vascular Access
medK has launched a needle free solution for vascular access. The needle free connection offers a secure and fast access to fluid lines eliminating the risk of needle sticks. The extension line can...
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GeneProof merges with American Laboratory Products Company
BRNO, Czech Republic and SALEM, NH, USA – April 21, 2022: GeneProof a.s. (“GeneProof”), a leading molecular diagnostics company based in Brno, Czech Republic, today announced a merger with American...
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Health Sector Coordinating Council’s Recommendations for Enhanced MedTech Cybersecurity Receives Further Industry Endorsement
Velentium’s Director of Product Security helped draft industry standard HOUSTON, TX – April 19, 2022 – Velentium, a professional engineering firm that specializes in the design and...
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Spark Biomedical and Velentium Honored by Fast Company as a 2022 World Changing Idea for Their Partnership in Developing the Sparrow Therapy System™
The companies partnered to design, develop and manufacture the medical device technology that provides a wearable neurostimulation solution for opioid withdrawal relief    HOUSTON – May 4,...
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Case Study: Building a Partner Ecosystem to Win the Fight Against Opioid Withdrawal
Effective Opioid Response In the yearlong period ending April 2021, over 100,000 Americans died from drug overdose, the vast majority from synthetic opioids. An estimated 4 million of the 11 million...
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Velentium Partners with the University of Colorado Boulder for Medical Device Cybersecurity Course and Capstone Project
Focused on embedded cybersecurity and secure product development, the engineering firm plans to expand the program to universities around the country   HOUSTON, TX and BOULDER, CO –&#...
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Gemino signs Charta der Vielfalt
Gemino has signed the Charta der Vielfalt, an employer initiative to promote diversity in companies and institutions. Gemino is committed to creating a work environment that is free of prejudice and...
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Stansomatic has been awarded a bronze medal in recognition of our sustainability achievement
Stansomatic has been awarded a bronze medal in recognition of our sustainability achievement. EcoVadis has evaluated the activities of Stansomatic in the area of corporate social responsibility and...
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Gemino: one of Western Europe’s 30 largest language service providers
Or: The advantages of independence The independent CSA Research institute has concluded its report for 2022. Gemino is delighted to once again be listed as one of the 30 largest LSPs in Western Europe.
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