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  Laser Cells Offer Ray of Hope for Understanding Cancer  
  NEWS  
  Flexible Future of Point-of-Care Disease Diagnostics  
  NEWS  
  Device Innovation Is Driving Improvement in Stroke Treatment Outcomes  
  NEWS  
  Simple Procedure Using a Nasal Balloon Can Help Treat Hearing Loss in Children  
  PRODUCT  
  Cost-estimating Software  

Junkosha Introduce Ultra Small Peelable FEP HST

Junkosha

Junkosha continue to innovate on their patented product line of Peelable Heat Shrink Tubing (PHST). The product is now available in sizes with Recovered ID down to 0.008" for microcatheter and guidewire applications.


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3D-Printed Smartphone-Based Device Reads Diagnostic Tests Quickly and Accurately

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Enzyme-linked immunosorbant assay, or ELISA, is a diagnostic tool that identifies antigens such as viruses and bacteria in blood samples. ELISA can detect a number of diseases, including HIV, West Nile virus and hepatitis B, and it is widely...


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Small screens, big impact

Monotype

Meet the Monotype® Spark™ solution, a new software platform that gives small displays high-quality scalable type and world language support without significant additions in memory, cost or complexity.


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Cost-estimating Software

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MTI Systems Inc., developer of cost estimating software solutions for manufacturers, has launched Costimator Version 14, the latest release of their cost-estimating software. Costimator V14 has many new features including 3DFX, an automated...


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Simple Procedure Using a Nasal Balloon Can Help Treat Hearing Loss in Children

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For children with a common middle-ear problem, a simple procedure with a nasal balloon can reduce the impact of hearing loss and avoid unnecessary and ineffective use of antibiotics, according to a new study led by researchers from the...


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The Pulse: Levitating Cancer Cells and Developing Artificial Neurons

The Pulse

On this episode of the Pulse, we're levitating cancer cells, engineering artificial neurons, clearing out blocked arteries with magnetic micro-bots, and stopping airborne diseases from hitchhiking on airplanes.


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Device Innovation Is Driving Improvement in Stroke Treatment Outcomes

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In the last decade, Intra-Arterial (IA) stroke therapy (a technique in which thrombolytic agents and devices are passed through the arteries directly to the clot site) has gained notable momentum as an effective and safe treatment option for...


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Flexible Future of Point-of-Care Disease Diagnostics

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The world-wide deployment of biomedical devices for health monitoring, point-of-care diagnostics and environmental sensing is hampered by their high cost that is not readily affordable for e.g. developing countries. The primary task is therefore...


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Laser Cells Offer Ray of Hope for Understanding Cancer

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Researchers at the University of St. Andrews have made a breakthrough in biomedicine; having successfully tracked a day-in-the-life of a number of white blood cells by feeding them microlasers, according to a research report published in Nano...


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