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- Aspect Imaging’s new neonatal MRI system obtains CE-Mark
- Deals this week: Eurofins Scientific SE, Sonic Healthcare, Arthrosurface
- US researchers find inexpensive method to upgrade 2D ultrasound
- US researchers develop mobile phone adaptation of microscope
- Henry Schein to distribute dementia detector Cognivue
Aspect Imaging’s new neonatal MRI system obtains CE-Mark
Israel-based Aspect Imaging has obtained CE-Mark for its Embrace Neonatal MRI System designed to prepare and scan newborns inside the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU).
Deals this week: Eurofins Scientific SE, Sonic Healthcare, Arthrosurface
Luxembourg-based life sciences company Eurofins Scientific SE has raised €299m ($347.06m) through the private placement of 550,000 shares priced at €543 ($630.28) each.
US researchers find inexpensive method to upgrade 2D ultrasound
Researchers from Duke and Stanford Universities in the US have developed a new clip-on device that upgrades a standard two-dimensional (2D) ultrasound with three-dimensional (3D) imaging capabilities.
US researchers develop mobile phone adaptation of microscope
Researchers Tony Hu and Dali Sun from the Arizona State University (ASU) Biodesign Institute in the US have developed a mobile phone adaptation of microscope-leveraging dark-field microscopy.
Synaptive Medical introduces new surgical robotic device
Canadian firm Synaptive Medical has introduced its second-generation, high-powered Modus V digital microscope that has a robotic arm to aid neurosurgery.
Olympus releases new 4K-3D video microscope for accurate surgery
Global technology firm Olympus has launched 4K-3D video microscope Orbeye to allow more accurate surgery by delivering high-resolution 3D images of structures such as tissue and blood vessels.
Henry Schein to distribute dementia detector Cognivue
Henry Schein Medical has entered an agreement with Cerebral Assessment Systems (CAS) to distribute Cognivue, the first computerised cognitive assessment screening device that helps practitioners to monitor current brain health and also future reversible dementia.
Hologic launches new system to provide comfortable mammograms
Hologic has commercially launched its new SmartCurve breast stabilisation system designed to provide comfortable mammograms while maintaining image quality and accuracy.
ImaginAb and Boehringer to develop imaging technology for anti-tumour activity
US-based immuno-oncology imaging firm ImaginAb has partnered with Boehringer Ingelheim to develop new imaging technology to monitor the anti-tumour activity of the body’s immune system.
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