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Ian Bolland caught up with team leader Professor Ryan Abbott about the potential knock-on effect for life sciences. Read more

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The UK will need to establish its own systems in parallel with that of the European Union for life sciences in the event of a No Deal Brexit, according to a report from the House of Commons Exiting the EU Committee. Read more

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With the number of PTAB filings expected to drop by 24% for 2019 compared to the previous year, web content editor Ian Bolland spoke to Bridget Smith, an intellectual property litigation and transactions partner at Knobbe Martens. Read more

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Web content editor Ian Bolland visited Vision Engineering’s headquarters in Woking where he was given a sneak peek of the company’s new product – the Deep Reality Viewer – which was launched at Control in Stuttgart earlier this year. Read more

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Web content editor Ian Bolland spoke to Morgan Palmer, chief technology officer and Kim Wakeman, solutions engineer at ETQ about the FDA’s decision to formally end the Alternative Summary Reporting (ASR) Program. Read more

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Medtronic is recalling 11 versions of its MiniMed insulin pumps amid fears of cybersecurity risks. Read more

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The chief deception officer at Attivo Networks Carolyn Crandall has suggested that industry could be more proactive when it comes to the cybersecurity of medical devices. Read more

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Medical Plastics News web content editor Ian Bolland spoke to Dr Colin Grant, an SPM sales & applications specialist at Hitachi’s scanning electron microscope lab, to find out how the firm’s technology can benefit medical device manufacturers. Read more

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Larger corporates need to respond to some of the big technological and demographic trends affecting the medtech industry, according to the executive director of mid-market corporate finance advisor DC Advisory. Read more

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A research team has invented a smart handheld medical device with the aim of providing early intervention for patients with congestive heart failure. Read more

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The Department for International Trade (DIT) and the Life Sciences Organisation (LSO) have jointly published guidance encouraging international business and investors to partner with the UK to develop new products in the medtech industry. Read more

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