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Medtech Start-Ups: Point-of-Prescription Test to Fight Antibiotics Resistance

By Thomas Klein -
A British start-up has developed a test that can quickly detect whether particular antibiotics are an effective treatment against specific bacteria.
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Medtech Start-Ups: Point-of-Prescription Test to Fight Antibiotics Resistance

By Thomas Klein -
A British start-up has developed a test that can quickly detect whether particular antibiotics are an effective treatment against specific bacteria.
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Three Promising Start-Ups from Oxford University Incubator Isis

By Adele Graham-King -
Oxford University incubator Isis Innovation supports researchers to spin out technology start-ups. Among them: an automated cell culture system, a donor organ transport device and a breath gas analyser for diabetes.
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Three Promising Start-Ups from Oxford University Incubator Isis

By Adele Graham-King -
Oxford University incubator Isis Innovation supports researchers to spin out technology start-ups. Among them: an automated cell culture system, a donor organ transport device and a breath gas analyser for diabetes.
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Three Promising Start-Ups from Oxford University Incubator Isis

By Adele Graham-King -
Oxford University incubator Isis Innovation supports researchers to spin out technology start-ups. Among them: an automated cell culture system, a donor organ transport device and a breath gas analyser for diabetes.
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Learning from Cicadas to Fight Off Bacteria

By Michael Lang -
Researchers from BG University Hospital Bergmannsheil and Ruhr-University Bochum have developed the prototype of a nanostructured surface for implants preventing bacteria growth.
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Learning from Cicadas to Fight Off Bacteria

By Michael Lang -
Researchers from BG University Hospital Bergmannsheil and Ruhr-University Bochum have developed the prototype of a nanostructured surface for implants preventing bacteria growth.
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Learning from Cicadas to Fight Off Bacteria

By Michael Lang -
Researchers from BG University Hospital Bergmannsheil and Ruhr-University Bochum have developed the prototype of a nanostructured surface for implants preventing bacteria growth.
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Start-Up Develops Connected Capsule for Temperature Readings

By Bernard Banga and Nathalie Gnory -
A French start-up has invented a capsule which, when swallowed, sends continuous information about intracorporeal temperature via radio. The medical device is already being used on animals and will be marketed for human use in 2015.
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Will the Medtech Outsourcing Market See a Wave of Consolidation?

By Thomas Klein -
Facing numerous risks, medical device companies turn to outsourcing companies with “one-stop shop” strategies. The result might be a consolidation wave among contract manufacturers and suppliers.
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