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Dave Gray

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Dave Gray is the Editor of Med-Tech Innovation magazine. He also holds the position of Deputy Group Editor for the Rapid Life Sciences portfolio, which includes Medical Plastics News, European Pharmaceutical Manufacturer, and Digital Health Age.

Dave can be reached at david.g@rapidnews.com.

Speaking at Medtec Europe in Stuttgart this week, Thomas Ebel, from german materials research centre Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht, examined the progress being made in developing magnesium alloys for biodegradable implants. more

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Smart health is the name of the game at this year's Medtec Europe, which is taking place this week in Stuttgart. more

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Medical device experts gathered in Nuremberg today for a dedicated session on connected health devices and the potential of blockchain for healthcare systems at the MT-Connect conference and trade show. more

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On day one of the German conference and trade show, exhibitors met to discuss new techniques and technologies for medical device manufacturing. more

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Editor for Med-Tech Innovation News, Dave Gray, talks about the magazine's new digital health spot - one of his favourite topics. more

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In advance of Med-Tech Innovation Expo, Dave Gray, editor at Med-Tech Innovation News spoke with a handful of speakers about the challenges of working in the sector, plus the many opportunities. more

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Editor for Med-Tech Innovation, Dave Gray, writes about what the medtech industry is doing to help fight antimicrobial resistance. more

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A newly established partnership could make predictive AI for healthcare a reality. more

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A newly launched device takes a different approach to sleep apnoea. more

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Digital healthtech group DarioHealth has announced the first sales of its Lightning-enabled version of its Dario blood glucose monitoring system in the UK. more

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Consumer fitness brand Fitbit kicked off 2018 with the news that it has made a $6 million investment in Sano, a company developing a patch for monitoring blood sugar. more

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A beetle’s extra-large sex organ could hold the key to improving catheter design, according to a report on Phys.org. more

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Two medtech firms have partnered to develop an application for helping users in the prevention of onset of type 2 diabetes. more

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Laboratory for complex materials / ETH Zurich

ETH Zürich researchers have developed a biocompatible ink that makes it possible to 3D print living bacteria. more

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As part of the launch of the British government’s industrial strategy for safeguarding the UK economy post-Brexit, it has announced a multi-billion pound sector deal designed to boost the nation’s life science sector. more

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Last month saw me issuing a stark warning that the NHS is in danger of embarking on its very own ‘Kodak moment’. more

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A drug delivery technology from product design firm Cambridge Design Partnership (CDP) has been compared by its makers to the popular coffee pod machines. more

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HBAN (Halo Business Angel Network), a joint initiative of Enterprise Ireland and InterTradeIreland, has announced a €1.8 million investment in Cork-based medtech company, AventaMed. more

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Software group Dassault Systèmes has made its Living Heart Project available in the cloud. more

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Seabrook Technology Group, the Irish-owned manufacturing software specialist, is forecasting growth of 20% in the next two years in its operations in the US, with cumulative revenue since 2012 expected to reach $10 million. more

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