Researchers have found that 3D in-situ printing of bone-regenerating scaffolds has been shown...
- In-situ 3D printed bone-regenerating scaffolds improve reconstructions
- Spanish researchers make inserts to deliver antibiotics through cornea
- Wearable brain scanner measures activity while patients move
- Roche launches automated immunoassay to help detect Zika virus
- Device lets patients control their own sedation during operations
In-situ 3D printed bone-regenerating scaffolds improve reconstructions
Researchers have found that 3D in-situ printing of bone-regenerating scaffolds has been shown to improve the delivery of regenerative and reconstructive biomedical devices for the proper and rapid healing of bone fractures.
Spanish researchers make inserts to deliver antibiotics through cornea
Researchers at the CEU Cardenal Herrera University (CEU UCH) in Spain have unveiled the design of a new bioadhesive ocular insert that can release high volume of medicine through the cornea of the eye in a controlled manner.
Wearable brain scanner measures activity while patients move
A new generation of brain scanner can be worn like a helmet, allowing patients to move naturally while being scanned.
Roche launches automated immunoassay to help detect Zika virus
Roche, the world’s largest biotech company, has launched the first fully automated Zika IgG immunoassay to help detect Zika virus infection.
Device lets patients control their own sedation during operations
Patients undergoing operations while awake will be able to administer their own doses of intravenous sedation at the touch of a button.
Phoenix Solutions and TGen test ultrasound for targeted therapy
Norwegian biotech firm Phoenix Solutions has partnered with US-based biomedical research facility Translational Genomics Research Institute (TGen) to trial the use of ultrasound for targeted cancer therapy.
Retinal stem cell patch restores reading vision in AMD patients
Initial results from a clinical trial conducted at Moorfields Eye Hospital in the UK have found that a specially engineered patch can restore reading vision in patients suffering from sudden severe sight loss due to wet age-related macular degeneration (AMD).
Novartis to develop Harvard’s biomaterial-based cancer immunotherapies
The Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering at Harvard University and the Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS) have granted British pharmaceutical company Novartis access to commercially develop their therapeutic, biomaterial-based, cancer vaccine technology.
China Medical Innovation Forum Visitor Structure
This white paper showcases the visitor structure of the China Medical Innovation Forum 2017 based on the results of 115 interviews with trade visitors from registration data.
3D human heart tissue model aids regenerative medicine research
A 3D tissue model that can mimic early-stage human heart development has been created by Syracuse University researchers in order to study tissue regeneration, regenerative medicine and stem cell engineering.
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