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Nova Biomedical GmbH, Germany

Nova Biomedical develops, manufactures and commercializes analyzer for cell culture & chemistry and whole blood testing. Company headquarters are located in Waltham, MA, USA. Nova employs over 1,300 employees worldwide. Nova Biomedical has a 40-year history as the world leader in developing whole bl more

Biospectra AG, Switzerland

Biospectra is a privately owned Swiss company whose purpose is to develop, manufacture and supply highly innovative products and services to enhance the efficiency of bioprocesses in both research and production environments. On the basis of our unique technologies we offer our customers from the ph more

Nanosol AG, Liechtenstein

Nanosol AG is a coating company specialised on the coating of medical devices. Main working field are non-stick coatings, scratch resistent coatings and customer tailored developements of materials in the field of sol-gel chemistry. more

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Products Medical Devices

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News Medical Devices

  • Swarms of microrobots could be solution to unblocking medical devices in body

    Swarms of microrobots injected into the human body could unblock internal medical devices and avoid the need for further surgery, according to new research from the University of Essex. The study is the first-time scientists have developed magnetic microrobotics to remove deposits in shunts – common more

  • The human body as a power plant

    The technology developed by the ETH spin-​off Mithras Technology wouldn’t be out of place in a science fiction movie: the user’s own body heat powers what is known as a thermoelectric generator to charge wearables and other electronic devices. Hearing aids are extremely practical. But elderly wearer more

  • Cotton-based hybrid biofuel cell could power implantable medical devices

    A glucose-powered biofuel cell that uses electrodes made from cotton fiber could someday help power implantable medical devices such as pacemakers and sensors. The new fuel cell, which provides twice as much power as conventional biofuel cells, could be paired with batteries or supercapacitors to pr more

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