中国国际医疗器械设计与制造技术展览会(Medtec China)2021

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2021.12.27
Could winged microchips monitor for airborne disease?

Northwestern University engineers have created what they claim are the smallest-ever human-made flying structures — winged microchips that could monitor the air for disease and pollution......



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2021.12.01
Wearable Brain-Machine Interface Turns Intentions into Actions
The system could improve the quality of life for people with motor dysfunction or paralysis......



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2021.10.20
Orthopedic Devices Now Have Another Option for Thick-Wall Tubing
Accu-Tube says it is pushing the boundaries of what OD-to-wall ratios are possible in stainless steel......



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2021.09.06
Protecting Lithium Battery-Powered Medical Devices During Transit
A new paper-based, 100% recyclable wrap is designed to actively and automatically cool the internal environment of a corrugated container, suppress fumes from escaping, and more......



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2021.08.10
Human Touch: Liquid Metal Receptors to Provide Tactile Sensation to Prosthetics
Liquid metal stretchable sensors may bridge the tactile gap for prosthetic hands, bringing a sense of “touch” to the technology......



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2021.04.09
Riding the Waves
Scientists in Cambridge, Mass. and Chennai, India, are touting self-organizing brain tissue growth in a 3D-printed system......



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2021.03.19
New Image Sensor Aims to Make a Difference in Surgical and Diagnostic Endoscopy
OmniVision's new image sensor combines high resolution and small size to reach anatomies the company says were previously not accessible......



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2021.02.05
Onward and Upward for Single-Use Systems in Bioprocessing
Medical therapeutic device manufacturers rely on component suppliers more than ever for best practices and safety.......



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2021.01.27
How Diversified Plastics and Carbon printers are enabling better medical supply transport
Diversified Plastics (Brooklyn Park, Minn.) turned to Carbon printers and Digitial Light Synthesis technology to help startup Thaddeus Medical Systems create what it touts as more reliable active, smart cold-chain packaging......



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2020.09.04
Selecting a Debinding Fluid for 3D Printed Components
The most common use of metal 3D Printing is to make simple manufacturing support items like jigs, fixtures, and other machine tooling. But it is also used for small-volume runs of very complex parts and intricate surgical instruments.......



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