Newsletter archive 2017 -- COMPAMED Trade Fair

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12/15/2017: Mini factories from the 3D printer

15/12/2017

Special: 3D print; News: 3D-printed minifactories; News: Scientists discover possible master switch for programming cancer immunotherapy; News: MRI scans predict patients' ability to fight the spread of cancer
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11/17/2017: Look back at COMPAMED 2017

17/11/2017

Press release: Significant international impact: MEDICA and COMPAMED's trump card; Video: Materials at COMPAMED 2017; Video: Small size medical technology – miniaturization at COMPAMED 2017; Photo gallery: Voices from COMPAMED 2017; Video: Product development: Experts for every step at COMPAMED 2017; Photo gallery: Pumps
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11/10/2017: Resorbable implants: the future of 3D printing?

10/11/2017

Special: 3D printing and bioprinting; Interview: Long-term implants; News: Artificial intelligence to evaluate brain maturity of preterm infants; News: Mantis shrimp-inspired camera enables glimpse into hidden world; News: In a first for wearable optics, researchers develop stretchy fiber to capture body motion
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10/16/2017: Implants with memory

16/10/2017

Video: Shape memory alloys – adaptable implants through thermodynamic coupling; Interview: "FlyPi"; News: New proton 'starter' for optogenetics; News: Meeting an unmet need: A surgical implant that grows with a child; News: Watertight capsules for target drug delivery
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09/15/2017: Laboratory systems from the 3D printer

15/09/2017

Video: Shape memory alloys – adaptable implants through thermodynamic coupling; Special: Miniature sensor technology: flexible control of intraocular pressure in glaucoma; Interview: "FlyPi": an affordable do-it-yourself microscope system; News: Early diagnostic imaging to prevent kidney disease
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08/15/2017: Small, smaller, implants

15/08/2017

Special: Miniaturisation of implants – complex functions in minimal space; News: Early diagnostic imaging to prevent kidney disease; News: Electrical grounding technique may improve health outcomes of NICU babies; News: Bioprinted veins reveal new drug diffusion details; News: Silk 'micrococoons' could be used in biotechnology and medicine; News: Innovative nanosensor for disease diagnosis
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07/17/2017: Printed electronics – sinter-free with hybrid inks

17/07/2017

Interview: Hybrid inks: printed electronics without sintering; Special: Miniaturization with shape memory alloys; News: 3-D bioprinting: One step closer to growing capillaries; News: Molecular thermometer for contactless measurement using infrared light; News: Magnetic implants used to treat 'dancing eyes'; News: An infallible hand-held probe to aid cancer surgery
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06/16/2017: 3D printer ink from the woods

16/06/2017

Special: Shape Memory Alloys: superelasticity and excellent shape memory ability; News: Breakthrough by Queen's University paves way for smaller electronic devices; News: Metamaterial-enhanced MRI technique tested on humans; News: New plasmonic sensor improves early cancer detection; News: Better, cheaper healthcare with dry blood samples
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05/15/2017: Shape Memory Alloy

15/05/2017

Special: The thing with the memory: shape memory alloy; News: New nano-implant could one day help restore sight; News: Scientists created nanopowders for the synthesis of new aluminum alloys; News: A simple sniff; News: How do metals interact with DNA?; News: Researchers make flexible glass for tiny medical devices
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04/18/2017: Gel directs nerve cells

18/04/2017

Interview: Artificial silk of green lacewings for medical technology; Video: Shapes, colors, safety – Re-Design in medical technology; News: New nano-implant could one day help restore sight; News: Scientists created nanopowders for the synthesis of new aluminum alloys; News: A simple sniff; News: How do metals interact with DNA?; News: Researchers make flexible glass for tiny medical devices
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