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A new wearable technology uses nudge theory to match consumer products to an individual’s genotype and encourage better habits. But patenting such advanced technology isn’t easy, as Robert Lind from Marks and Clerk explains. Read more

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2019 may well be remembered as a brilliant year for Irish golf, but it’s also the year that Med In Ireland returns to Dublin. Read more

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Every now and then we get the offer to test out some cutting edge medical devices. The electro interstitial scan (EIS) sensor analyser promised so much, regular contributor Reece Armstrong couldn’t resist going to check it out. Read more

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Richard Poate, medical health services manager at global product testing and certification organisation TÜV SÜD writes about the effect of MDR. Read more

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Researchers from the University of Liverpool’s Department of Molecular and Clinical Pharmacology have been awarded more than £645K of funding for a nanotechnology research project that aims to revolutionise drug delivery for prevention and treatment. Read more

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With over 200 global suppliers exhibiting and a conference programme featuring the Start-up & Innovation Academy and the Women in Medtech Forum, Medical Technology Ireland 2019 is a key event in the calendar. Read more

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Andy Toms, director at TLM Laser, discusses the benefits that pulsed lasers bring to welding and joining applications within medical device manufacturing. Read more

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Shane Callanan, director of engineering technology, Advanced Energy Industries, reflects on the evolution of medical device power supplies – and the new requirements shaping their future. Read more

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It has been said that it takes an average of 4.6 years and millions of pounds to get a technology through R&D, regulatory, manufacturing, and clinical research to launch. Read more

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Cardiff based-company and MediWales member Huntleigh Healthcare has been awarded a Queen’s Award for Innovation in recognition for its new range of Digital Handheld Dopplers. Read more

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On Thursday, 4 July, over 200 representatives from life science companies from multinationals to micro-businesses and medtech to pharmaceuticals came together to celebrate Medilink EM Innovation Day. Read more

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Chloe Moss, analyst at Health Enterprise East, offers her advice on transitioning academic research into innovation. Read more

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Med-Tech Innovation’s Ian Bolland and Dave Gray went along to Box Studios and Sensor City in Liverpool to meet the people behind Nova – a cofoundery which works with start-ups at the early stage of their development. Read more

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In his latest editor's letter, Dave Gray asks whether medtech could be the saviour of the UK economy in the event of a no-deal Brexit. Read more

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Health economics consultancy BresMed has officially launched its new global HQ at Steel City House in Sheffield. Read more

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New surfactants hit the market, plus Redbud launches chip line for rapid mixing. Read more

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Researchers at DOE’s Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab) have 3D printed an all-liquid device that, with the click of a button, can be repeatedly reconfigured on demand to serve a wide range of applications. Read more

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On 2nd July, Mediwales will host its Mediwales Connects networking event and conference at Swansea University. Read more

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Dr Michael Brooks, a practising locum doctor and chief medical officer of PatientSource, gives his take on the “Fit for Future” report published by the Royal College of General Practitioners. Read more

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Pure Drug Safety has been recognised for the contribution it makes to life sciences, by becoming the newest Patron of Medilink East Midlands (EM). Read more

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