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Safely packed during transport

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Patient samples are a sensitive cargo: On the one hand, they have to reach the laboratory intact to be usable for analysis. On the other hand, they can be a potential risk of infection. Their most important protection thus is their packaging. Learn in our current Special what safe packaging solutions for patient samples look like.

Have a nice week,

Timo Roth
Editorial team COMPAMED-tradefair.com

PS: What is small, conductive and consists of aluminum oxide and platin? It is the CerMet technology from Heraeus! It will make a lot of things possible for miniaturized implants and sensors in the future. Learn more about it in our current video.
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Twofold protective shield: Packaging for patient samples

Special

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When it comes to the transport of medical samples, there are two important aspects. On the one hand, the sample itself must be optimally protected, otherwise it will become unusable for analysis. On the other hand, the outside world must not come into contact with potentially infectious material. Various laws and regulations determine how these transports must be labelled and packed. Find out more in our current Special.
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AMU team of researchers led by Dr Honorata Hafke-Dys from AMU Institute of Acoustics (Faculty of Physics), have designed a new and intelligent stethoscope. They called it: StethoMe. The design was possible thanks to 1.5 M PLN invested in the project by TDJ Pitango Ventures, the Polish-Israeli innovative start-up fund.
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NTU scientists create customizable, fabric-like power source for wearable electronics

Scientists at Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU Singapore) have created a customizable, fabric-like power source that can be cut, folded or stretched without losing its function.
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Microcapsules gain a new power - scavenging reactive oxygen species

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World's smallest sensor measures growth force of plants, animals and humans

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New Technologies for Microimplants - The CerMet technology

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State-of-the-art medical technology requires miniaturized devices offering additional and more complex functionalities. Which technologies will meet these requirements in the future? We are visiting Heraeus in Hanau, where the CerMet technology has been developed - particularly for miniaturized medical implants and sensors.
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New Technologies for Microimplants - The CerMet technology
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Electrical Engineering & Nanotechnology

Deaf children learn words faster than hearing children

Each year up to two thousand hearing impaired children are born in Germany. For some of them a cochlear implant can offer relief. So far, it was not clear which processes take place in these children when they start to learn language later than their contemporaries with normal hearing - and why they differ in their success to reach a normal level of language.
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