All articles by Chloe Kent

  1. Futura’s DermaSys could enter market as medical device

    Pharmaceutical company Futura Medical may be able to process its DermaSys technology through a medical devices regulatory path, following surprising…
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    10 Dec
  2. Reversing Alzheimer’s-related memory loss with electromagnetic waves

    Alzheimer’s is an invariably traumatic diagnosis. According to the Alzheimer’s Association, 5.8 million Americans are living with the condition, which…
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    10 Dec
  3. Conservative win best for UK medtech, finds Verdict poll

    A win for the Conservative party in Thursday’s general election would be the most promising outcome for the UK’s medtech…
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    9 Dec
  4. Enzyre and Takeda to develop home haemophilia monitoring device

    Enzyre has entered into a research collaboration with the Takeda Pharmaceutical Company to develop a device for haemophilia patients to…
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    5 Dec
  5. Moving medical supplies: enter the drone

    Aiding military medics in the field Researchers at the US Army’s Telemedicine and Advanced Technology Research Center (TATRC) are collaborating…
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    5 Dec
  6. Artificial neurons could replace lost or damaged brain cells

    An international team of researchers has developed artificial neurons that could be implanted in the brain to repair the damage…
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    4 Dec
  7. MRI imaging shows physical abnormalities in depressed brain

    Two studies presented at the annual meeting of the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) have used magnetic resonance imaging…
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    3 Dec
  8. Elsevier acquires 3D4Medical

    Global information analytics company Elsevier has acquired Irish anatomical education company 3D4Medical for just under €45m. Although the terms of…
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    28 Nov
  9. UK general election 2019: what the manifestos mean for medtech

    Brexit: three wildly different stances The EU is the UK’s biggest trading partner for health technologies, with around £2bn worth…
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    27 Nov
  10. Fluorescent probe sheds light on glycogen

    UK-based Iceni Diagnostics is using fluorescent probe technology to explore the structure and metabolism of glycogen, as part of a…
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    27 Nov
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