Micro molding, hydrophilic coatings, automation, digital health tech, component engineering, critical fluid control products, and more medtech solutions will be showcased at the upcoming virtual event.
Haptics is evolving from traditional vibrations you feel to simulated sensations.
Qosina explains how business continuity plans, supplier management systems, and product development services have been put to work during the crisis.
Shape-shifting 4D hydrogels may lead to the development of human tissues, and even organs, that more closely resemble their natural counterparts, according to researchers.
Here’s what was new in the world of medical device suppliers during the week of March 14.
Focused on medical device development, Sterling Medical Devices will showcase at MD&M BIOMEDigital how it is using software to manage all activities and assets across the entire product development lifecycle.
OmniVision's new image sensor combines high resolution and small size to reach anatomies the company says were previously not accessible.
Researchers in Sweden say a thread made of conductive cellulose offers potential as a material for electronic textiles that can be used in healthcare and various other fields.
Scientists at The University of Manchester have developed a technique to identify Parkinson's based on compounds found on the surface of skin.
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