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News from micro manufacturing and out of the laboratory

Dear Sir or Madam,

It is often the little things that make the difference. However, their importance is rarely recognized. Not so in micro manufacturing. Here, one is specialized in these little things and can make (almost) anything possible. You will get an insight in our special.

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Anne Hofmann
Editorial team COMPAMED-tradefair.com

PS: In our video you will learn that robots perform some tasks in the laboratory better than humans, but can have unexpected difficulties in others.

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Rapid test for diagnosing cancers and heart disease

Laboratory Medicine & Hygiene

Imperial researchers have built a new easy-to-use test that could diagnose non-infectious diseases like heart attacks and cancers more quickly.
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New test may predict COVID-19 immunity

Laboratory Medicine & Hygiene

Most people in the United States have some degree of immune protection against Covid-19, either from vaccination, infection, or a combination of the two. But, just how much protection does any individual person have? MIT researchers have now developed an easy-to-use test that may be able to answer that question.
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Better than humans: Laboratory robot for nanoparticle production

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In the laboratory, robots can take over important tasks and perform them in a more targeted manner, for example in the synthesis of nanoparticles. Karl Geiger from Goldfuß engineering GmbH and Dr. Sofia Dembski from the Fraunhofer Institute for Silicate Research ISC explain the development and the system in the video.
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Micro-engineered electrodes could cut battery manufacturing costs

Electrical Engineering & Nanotechnology

New, easily fabricated, high performance carbon microlattice electrodes could soon be used to make cheaper batteries powered by readily available sodium ions.
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Atomically-smooth gold crystals help to compress light for nanophotonic applications

Electrical Engineering & Nanotechnology

KAIST researchers have successfully demonstrated a new platform for guiding the compressed light waves in very thin van der Waals crystals. Their method to guide the mid-infrared light with minimal loss will provide a breakthrough for the practical applications of ultra-thin dielectric crystals in next-generation optoelectronic devices based on strong light-matter interactions at the nanoscale.
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Micro manufacturing: great demands for the smallest products

Special

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A wide range of different materials are used in medical technology. Some of them are considered "smart materials". They are given this name because of various properties that are added to them in the manufacturing process. You can find out what these can be in the interviews in our Special in May.
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Improved certification of medical software with artificial intelligence

Innovations

Innovative medical technology can save lives. Outdated approval processes delay rapid market introduction. To shorten the time from development to certification, the KIMEDS joint project aims to develop an AI-supported safety solution across the entire lifecycle of medical software. The BMBF is funding this three-year project with 1.46 million euros.
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High-tech vest monitors lung function

Innovations

Patients with severe respiratory or lung diseases require intensive treatment and their lung function needs to be monitored on a continuous basis. As part of the Pneumo.Vest project, Fraunhofer researchers have developed a technology whereby noises in the lungs are recorded using a textile vest with integrated acoustic sensors.
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Secure. Hygienic. Needle free. medK Needle free Extension Lines for Vascular Access

medK GmbH

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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

GeneProof a.s.

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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Velentium Partners with the University of Colorado Boulder for Medical Device Cybersecurity Course and Capstone Project

Velentium

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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Stansomatic has been awarded a bronze medal in recognition of our sustainability achievement

Stansomatic A/S

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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

Gemino GmbH

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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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