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Lindsay Mann, MTD Micromolding explains how to overcome roadblocks when producing a micro medical breakthrough more

North America

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 more

North America

Morgane Lagneaux, Velox, outlines the sterilization considerations to bear in mind when choosing a particular medical plastic more

North America

Understanding the importance of TIR17 for medical device manufacturers: TIR17 has evolved over the years to be a necessary resource for device manufacturers, says Wendy Wangsgard, Nelson Labs. more

North America

Aaron Johnson, Accumold, looks at ways to harness disruptive technologies and make change work to your advantage. more

North America

We quite often hear that the medical device sector isn’t about revolution but evolution. But does it really matter? And does that detract from some of the innovative and groundbreaking products on the market? more

Opinion

Lu Rahman looks at some of the issues still affecting connected devices more

Opinion

The implementation of 3D printing technology in healthcare has created exciting developments, making medical technology which is often expensive at the time of market entry cheaper over time. more

Technology

Reece Armstrong examines the life science sector in North America and how innovation is at the heart of the market more

North America

Researchers from the Massuchusetts Institute of Technology, working with scientists from Brigham and Women’s Hospital, have developed a new way to power and communicate with devices implanted deep within the human body. more

Technology

A study from The Cleveland Clinic shows that patients are less likely to experience complications using pacemakers that don’t use wires to connect the device to the heart. more

News

Neal Carty, Vancive Medical Technologies, discusses how early collaboration on material selection can lead to bespoke adhesives — a path that may save some headaches in the long run more

Opinion

Neil Oliver, Accutronics, looks at how wearables could help medical services manage the long-term health conditions that an ageing population brings more

Devices

Lu Rahman discusses how even small changes in medical devices can bring about big changes to both the healthcare system and the patient. more

Opinion

B. Eng. Dominik Sinzinger, and Richard Gane, Schöttli explain how the company’s high performance mould technology for plastic products helps with diabetes epidemic. more

News

Jason Middleton, Ray Products examines thermoforming and the future of medical device manufacturing. more

Opinion

The factory of the future is a term that has been discussed for a number of years but what exactly does it mean? Reece Armstrong explains. more

Opinion

For over 40 years Apple Rubber has been supplying the medical device sector with seals and sealing devices. The company recognises is standing in the industry and the responsibility it has towards gender issues in the workplace. more

Opinion

Lu Rahman continues her look at the cosmetic surgery industry and examines how social media, in particular Snapchat, is playing into the rise of cosmetic procedures. more

Opinion

Freudenberg Medical explores coatings and surface treatments for silicone and thermoplastic components. more

News