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Issue 45

Plastic materials are electrical insulators by their own nature. This feature is usually a positive in most applications but it can generate problems when the final product undergoes rubbing stress. Read more

Opinion

Maik Endler, Knoell Germany, examines the challenges for start-ups gaining medical device approval. Read more

Opinion

Damon Culbert from the Immigration Advice Service scrutinises the government's plans for Brexit, and its potential effect on the life sciences sector. Read more

News

Shorter time to market: US contract manufacturer produces high precision silicon components for in-vitro fertilisation in China. Read more

Opinion

Bill Welch, Phillips-Medisize, a Molex company, shares his insights on the trends driving growth in connected health solutions Read more

News

Roger Hendrick, Specialty Products Division of DowDuPont, and Carolin Vogel, Specialty Plastics, Eastman Chemical Company, explain how new technology broadens medical device materials and design options. Read more

, Opinion

Callum Little examines the on-going BPA debate. With a report landing from the National Toxicology Program, he asks when will we see the end of the BPA debate? Read more

Opinion

Carl Mendonça, Ultrapolymers, outlines polymer choice considerations for successful plastics device components. Read more

Opinion

2018 has seen some interesting advancements and expertise come out of the medical plastics sector. Read more

News