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Open Labware - Laboratory systems from the 3D printer

Dear Sir or Madam,

The cliché of the elitist scientist in the proverbial ivory tower is persistent. But in recent years, there has been a completely different trend in the natural sciences: Open Labs. These are freely accessible online projects and research results that can be used and further developed by everyone. Is this the breakthrough to a more democratic and successful science? Read more about this in our current interview.

I wish you a good start to the weekend!

Julia Unverzagt
Editorial team COMPAMED-tradefair.com


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Interview: "FlyPi"
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Shape memory alloys – adaptable implants through thermodynamic coupling

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Today we are visiting the INGPULS Company in Bochum. It produces nickel-titanium shape memory alloys used in medical devices. In this interview with Dr. Burkhard Maaß, we find out how SMAs work and in which areas they are being used.
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Shape memory alloys – adaptable implants through thermodynamic coupling
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High-Definition Micro Objectives for 1/6” and 1/10” Sensors

Qioptiq's FALCON Series (for 1/10") and EAGLE Series (for 1/6”) offer fields-of-view of 90°, 110° or 140°. Only 5mm long, they feature a 5-element design with an integrated infrared-absorbing filter and lithographic aperture. High MTF (135 lp/mm) minimizes vignetting and ensures uniform illumination.

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Learn more about Qioptiq's High-Definition Micro Objectives

Innovations

Smart underwear proven to prevent back stress with just a tap

Vanderbilt University engineering Ph.D. student Erik Lamers helped develop the design, garnering a Young Investigator Award last month at the Congress of the International Society of Biomechanics in Brisbane, Australia.
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Engineers harness the power of 3-D printing to help train surgeons, shorten surgery times

A team of engineers and pediatric orthopedic surgeons are using 3D printing to help train surgeons and shorten surgeries for the most common hip disorder found in children ages 9 to 16. In a recent study, researchers showed that allowing surgeons to prep on a 3D-printed model of the patient's hip joint cut by about 25 percent the amount of time needed for surgery when compared to a control group.
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New terahertz imaging approach could speed up skin cancer detection

Researchers have developed a new terahertz imaging approach that, for the first time, can acquire micron-scale resolution images while retaining computational approaches designed to speed up image acquisition. This combination could allow terahertz imaging to be useful for detecting early-stage skin cancer without requiring a tissue biopsy from the patient.
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Miniature sensor technology: flexible control of intraocular pressure in glaucoma

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A microsensor that is implanted in the eye is designed to enable glaucoma patients to measure their intraocular pressure at any time with the help of an external handheld device. The sensor is meant to assist the patients in accurately dosing their medication. The Cicor Group has developed a component of this sensor, a collapsible gold plated coil.
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Read the interview with Dr. Alexander Kaiser
Our Special "Miniaturisation of implants – complex functions in minimal space"
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"FlyPi": an affordable do-it-yourself microscope system

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Printed electronics play an ever-increasing role, both in medical technology and other sectors: it is a flexible and space-saving solution and can be manufactured in large quantities at low cost. Right now, newly developed hybrid inks simplify the production of printed electronics and open up new applications thanks to their biocompatible properties.
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"FlyPi": an affordable do-it-yourself microscope system
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New powerful open-frame product line "HERC"

Very high efficiency meets an easy-to-adapt open design: German power supply specialist FRIWO is revolutionizing its existing open-frame product portfolio by adding the new product line HERC. The devices meet the medical requirements of IEC60601-1 and can be used worldwide at heights of up to 5000m.

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Learn more about FRIWO'S open-frame product line "HERC"

General Company News

Danish subcontractors bring cutting-edge component technology to the medical device industry

Danish Health Tech Group (Danish Export Association)

The global medical device industry is increasingly outsourcing key knowledge and production development functions to subcontractors. To meet the demands, Danish subcontractors to the medical device...
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General Company News

NHS Framework Success

LTE Scientific Ltd.

LTE Scientific is delighted to announce that it has been accepted on to the latest NHS Supply Chain Framework for Decontamination equipment which will go live in Q1/2017 and run for the next 3 or 4...
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Bühler Motor: Mexico plant certified to DIN EN ISO 13485:2012

Bühler Motor GmbH

A new quality seal for medical technology. Following the footsteps of development center in Nuremberg and the production site in Monheim, the plant in Chihuahua, Mexico, has now gained an additional...
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