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French Company Develops Needle-Free Injection System

By Bernard Banga and Nathalie Gnory -
A French company from Dijon in Burgundy has developed a needle-free injection system that is the only one of its type worldwide.

Bayer Plans to Float Its Material Science Unit

By Thomas Klein -
The German chemistry group Bayer announced today that it would spin off its plastics unit to concentrate on the life science business.

Medtech Start-Ups: Dutch Company 3-D Prints Patient-Specific Implants

By Thomas Klein -
The Maastricht-based start-up Xilloc produces customized implants, surgical cutting, placement guides, and anatomical models with 3-D Printing.
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Evaluating Cystic Fibrosis Treatments - Live

By Ute Eppinger -
A new imaging method allows to see the effectiveness of cystic fibrosis treatment under an x-ray screen.
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How to Develop a Successful Prototype

By Thomas Klein -
Engineering prototypes are important to mitigate the risks of the development process of a medical device. Here is an overview of the different prototypes and their function in the development pathway.
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How to Develop a Successful Prototype

By Thomas Klein -
Engineering prototypes are important to mitigate the risks of the development process of a medical device. Here is an overview of the different prototypes and their function in the development pathway.
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New Point-of-Care Anaemia Test Produces Results in 60 Seconds

By Adele Graham-King -
Scientists from Atlanta developed an unpowered two-step point of care test for anaemia which produces results in under a minute.
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Four Highlights of MEDTEC Italy

By Thomas Klein -
For the third time, Modena will be the centre of the Italian medtech sector when industry professionals will return to the North Italian town for MEDTEC Italy.

Engineering New Bone Structure

By Ute Eppinger -
MIT scientists developed an implantable scaffold that helps to grow bones in order to repair injuries, fractures or congenital defects.
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Engineering New Bone Structure

By Ute Eppinger -
MIT scientists developed an implantable scaffold that helps to grow bones in order to repair injuries, fractures or congenital defects.
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