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Brain Implant Delivers Drugs Selectively

By Thomas Klein -
American researchers have developed a brain implant that can deliver drugs. The device can be activated wirelessly.
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Why Egg Whites Might Be the Future of Medical Device Packaging

By Thomas Klein -
A new study of the University of Georgia observed antibacterial properties in protein-based bioplastics. Over time, such matieral might replace oil-based plastics.
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British Scientists Are Working on High Speed Sintering Technology

By Thomas Klein -
Researchers of the Sheffield University in the UK are developing a new 3-d printing technology. They claim that the technique is so fast that it can compete with injection molding.
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British Scientists Are Working on High Speed Sintering Technology

By Thomas Klein -
Researchers of the Sheffield University in the UK are developing a new 3-d printing technology. They claim that the technique is so fast that it can compete with injection molding.
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British Scientists Are Working on High Speed Sintering Technology

By Thomas Klein -
Researchers of the Sheffield University in the UK are developing a new 3-d printing technology. They claim that the technique is so fast that it can compete with injection molding.
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New Technology Facilitates the Production of Nanofibers

By Michael Lang -
Researchers of the Biomaterials Research Group of the University of Bayreuth use centrifugal electrospinning for large-scale production of nanofibers. One possible application is the use in wound dressings.
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New Technology Facilitates the Production of Nanofibers

By Michael Lang -
Researchers of the Biomaterials Research Group of the University of Bayreuth use centrifugal electrospinning for large-scale production of nanofibers. One possible application is the use in wound dressings.
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Edwards Lifesciences Pays $ 350m for Heart Device Manufacturer

By Thomas Klein -
Edwards Lifesciences announced that it would acquire CardiAQ Valve for up to $400 m. The California-based company developed a novel transcatheter mitral valve replacement system.
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Edwards Lifesciences Pays $ 350m for Heart Device Manufacturer

By Thomas Klein -
Edwards Lifesciences announced that it would acquire CardiAQ Valve for up to $400 m. The California-based company developed a novel transcatheter mitral valve replacement system.
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Edwards Lifesciences Pays $ 350m for Heart Device Manufacturer

By Thomas Klein -
Edwards Lifesciences announced that it would acquire CardiAQ Valve for up to $400 m. The California-based company developed a novel transcatheter mitral valve replacement system.
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