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Issue 41

Analytik, a company that provides cutting-edge scientific instrumentation, has announced the recent installation of GeSiM 3D bioprinter at Queen’s University Belfast. Read more

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Brian Reilly, business development director, biomaterials for NuSil, highlights the options for reducing friction when using silicone elastomers. Read more

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Netherlands-based Promolding recently challenged UK firm Connect 2 Cleanrooms (C2C) to provide an intelligent cleanroom solution to protect a medical device manufacturing contract that is due to run until 2032. Read more

Expo News

Jeanette Kusel, director for NICE scientific advice discusses the launch of a new digital health module of the Medtech Early Technical Assessment (META) tool, which will be evaluated during this year’s Expo on the Introducing Stage. Read more

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We set some of our speakers from across the three stages at this year’s expo a task – to answer three crucial questions. Their responses demonstrate the broad cross-section of stakeholders attending this year’s Med-Tech Innovation Expo. Read more

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Compact automation products from Mitsubishi Electric have helped create a new space-saving thermo-packaging machine for UK-based Riverside Medical. Read more

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Under the steerage of CEO Andy Tibbs Boddingtons has come to the fore as a leading contractor to today’s global med-tech industries. Read more

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Catherine Booth, a partner in the Manchester office of IP firm Mathys & Squire looks at the new challenges emerging from the Internet of Medical Things (IoMT). Read more

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Darren Kaye, business development director at MP+H Packaging, explains how a medical contract led to the development of a coating that protects the product from cross-contamination throughout the supply chain. Read more

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The main connectivity objectives in the medical device world are data capture and use, device control and local information display. Underpinning these objectives is data transmission and the spectre looming ever larger is data security. Read more

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In neurosurgery, an error of a few hundred microns can result in irreversible brain damage. The risk has led to growing focus on minimally invasive surgery. Read more

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Med-Tech Innovation Expo is back for 2019, bigger and more diverse than ever before. The medical technology sector is changing, and with those changes come new requirements on engineering. Read more

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Following feedback from its members, Medilink UK has launched a UK pavilion at Medica 2019. Read more

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The Centre for Process and Innovation (CPI), which is returning to Med-Tech Innovation Expo this year, officially opened the doors earlier this year on the National Healthcare Photonics Centre at NetPark in Sedgefield. Read more

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It’s important to recognise value of simulation, say Jessica James and Rebekah Dixon of the Synopsys Simpleware Product Group. Read more

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Dr. Anne Blackwood, CEO at Health Enterprise East writes about balancing the gender scale for women in medtech. Read more

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Assistant editor Ian Bolland spoke to Peter Brady, Orbital Media; Dr Simon Rudland, a GP with over 20 years of clinical experience; and Paul Brown, of Suffolk Primary Care following the publication of the NHS Long Term Plan. Read more

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Digital health is a rapidly evolving industry which shows great potential for improving the quality and accessibility of healthcare services that will be available to patients in the future. Read more

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And no, it’s not just because I happen to be employed by the organiser. Selfishly, it’s because if you come, it’ll make my job easier... Read more

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There are lessons to be learned from big pharma as medical device manufacturers respond to new reporting rigour. Amplexor’s David Gwyn collates some practical advice from those that have already been down this road. Read more

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