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09/16/2021: Sustainable bio filter

16/09/2021

Interview: Filters made from renewable resources for medical applications; News: Electronic nose can sniff out when a lung transplant is failing; News: TU Dresden researchers develop an implantable AI system; News: Smallest biosupercapacitor provides energy for biomedical applications; News: MEDICA/COMPAMED Event database 2021
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08/17/2021: The laboratory of the future

17/08/2021

Special: The modern laboratory and its products; News: A candidate superconductor created at UCSB's NSF Quantum Foundry; News: Wearable brain-machine interface turns intentions into actions; News: A contact lens for the ear; News: Carbon dioxide as a raw material for plastics and other products; News: Customized wound dressings made from tropoelastin
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07/15/2021: AI for small and medium-sized enterprises

15/07/2021

Interview: Artificial intelligence for small and medium-sized enterprises; Video: COMPAMED 2021 – High-Tech Solutions for Medical Technology; News: 'Smart' segmented ring device delivers medications to stop HIV transmission; News:Research turns up the heat on 3D printing inks
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06/15/2021: Air purifiers, microscopes and co.

15/06/2021

COMPAMED Innovationsforum 2021; Interview: Precise positioning: microscope stages with cobalt-samarium coated metal bands; News: Enzymes successfully embedded in plastics; News: Fraunhofer IFAM: new system for additive manufacturing of metallic components with LMM
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05/17/2021: Work and produce sterile

17/05/2021

COMPAMED Innovationsforum 2021; Special: Medical devices: Work and produce sterile; News: Personalized sweat sensor reliably monitors blood glucose; News:Bioprinted mini pancreas will help in the fight against diabetes; News: Wounds: New material can protect against resistant bacteria
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