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Microscope tech provides 4K and 3D visualisation

Microscope tech provides 4K and 3D visualisation
The Department of Neurosurgery at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai is one of the first hospitals in the country to use the ZEISS KINEVO 900 microscope, a surgeon-driven, robotic visualisation system that merges the functionality of a surgical microscope with 4K resolution and 3D visualisation along with specialised robotic control.
7th June 2018

High-speed video camera to find cures for deadliest cancers

High-speed video camera to find cures for deadliest cancers
The Rosalind Franklin Institute (RFI) has launched a project to build the world’s most advanced real-time high-speed video camera, the key to understanding techniques that use light and sound to treat some of the most lethal forms of cancer. Business Secretary Greg Clark launched the Rosalind Franklin Institute and announced its first major projects including funding to develop the World’s best ultra-fast video camera for imaging tissue with sensitivity and at higher resolution than any other instrument currently available.
6th June 2018

Confocal laser endomicroscopy receives FDA clearance

Confocal laser endomicroscopy receives FDA clearance
Mauna Kea Technologies has announced that it has received FDA 510(k) clearance of the Cellvizio 100 series F400 and F800 with a Confocal Miniprobe, the CranioFlex, to be used during neurosurgical procedures. This marks the 15th U.S. FDA 510(k) clearance of Cellvizio and the first-ever FDA clearance for CLE applications in neurosurgery.
4th June 2018


Light-delivery technique improves biosensors

Light-delivery technique improves biosensors
There is a continuing need for practical chip-based sensors that can be used at the point of care to detect cancer and other diseases. A way to inject light into tiny silicon microdisks could help meet this need by bringing down the cost and improving the performance of chip-based biosensors. The advance could eventually lead to a portable and low cost optical sensor for early-stage cancer diagnostics.
1st June 2018

LED stool to combat back pain

LED stool to combat back pain
Sitting down for hours on end is hazardous to our health – whether it is in the office, at school, in the car or on the sofa. Backaches, obesity, diabetes and other conditions are the consequences of a lack of movement. It is important, therefore, to integrate dynamic sitting into our everyday lives. In a fun exhibition on the MS Wissenschaft science ship, Fraunhofer researchers are demonstrating how you can practice healthy back movements using special equipment.
31st May 2018

Digital solution shortens wait time for kidney transplants

Digital solution shortens wait time for kidney transplants
Eleven years ago, Jan and Garet Hil’s 10-year-old daughter experienced sudden kidney failure. When no immediate family members proved to have compatible kidneys they could donate, the Hils had to enter the unfamiliar territory of donor kidney matchmaking. It was a harrowing experience. A kidney-swap exchange occurs when someone wants to donate a kidney to a loved one but cannot because they aren’t the right fit.
11th May 2018

An unprecedented look at biological processes in living cells

An unprecedented look at biological processes in living cells
Scientists at the National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering (NIBIB) have combined two different microscope technologies to create sharper images of rapidly moving processes inside a cell. In a paper published in Nature Methods, Hari Shroff, Ph.D., chief of NIBIB’s lab section on High Resolution Optical Imaging (HROI), describes his new improvements to traditional Total Internal Reflection Fluorescence (TIRF) microscopy.
9th May 2018

World's smallest optical implantable biodevice

World's smallest optical implantable biodevice
Japanese researchers describe a new implantable device no bigger than the width of a coin that can be used to control brain patterns. The device, which can be read about in AIP Advances, converts infrared light into blue light to control neural activity and is both the smallest and lightest wireless optical biodevice to be reported. For centuries, it has been known that chemicals can change neural behaviour.
27th April 2018

The most detailed picture of subcellular dynamics

The most detailed picture of subcellular dynamics
By combining two imaging technologies, scientists can now watch in unprecedented 3D detail as cancer cells crawl, spinal nerve circuits wire up, and immune cells cruise through a zebrafish’s inner ear. Physicist Eric Betzig, a group leader at the Howard Hughes Medical Institute’s Janelia Research Campus, and colleagues report the work in the journal Science.
23rd April 2018

Tiny probe can see and take body temperature

Tiny probe can see and take body temperature
  University of Adelaide researchers have invented a world-first tiny fibre-optic probe that can simultaneously measure temperature and see deep inside the body. The probe may help researchers find better treatments to prevent drug-induced overheating of the brain, and potentially refine thermal treatment for cancers.
17th April 2018


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Hannover Fair 2019
1st April 2019
Germany Hannover
The Security Event 2019
9th April 2019
United Kingdom NEC, Birmingham
Ceramics Expo 2019
29th April 2019
United States of America International Exposition Center (I-X Center)
Electronics & Applications 2019
14th May 2019
Netherlands Jaarbeurs Utrecht Hall 7 Jaarbeursplein
Agile for Automotive 2019
15th May 2019
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