Shining light on disease

Cyanine dyes could improve the efficiency of molecular probes in identifying, for example, the presence of a virus or a tumour receptor

Connectivity solution for point-of-care analysers

Point-of-care HbA1c analysers to transmit patient data to the majority of LIMS and HIS

Lens enables precision radiotherapy

Withstands the high levels of radiation produced by their synchrotron device onto tumours

Nerve tumour therapies

Could DNA from a virus millions of years old be the key to new nerve tumour therapies?

Wireless peripherals in healthcare

HMicro licenses and deploys CEVA Wi-Fi IP for healthcare and IoT devices

Novel diabetic biomarker test

Glycated Serum Protein assay provides simple, sensitive and fast alternative glycemic monitoring test

Non-invasive specimen preparation

Arquer Diagnostics and the University of Sunderland collaborate to extend application of cancer diagnostic

Smart specs to treat facial palsy, monitor mood and steer wheelchairs

Technology centres on the use of miniaturised sensors in the frames of the glasses to measure facial symmetry by tracking the movement of...

High-definition video processor for endoscopy

Provides extra information for more accurate endoscopic in vivo diagnosis through improved vessel and mucosal pattern characterisation

Haematology FISH probes

Oxford Gene Technology has today announced a significant expansion of its existing catalogue of Cytocell Aquarius Haematology probes for...

Radiation resistant lens enables precision radiotherapy

Need for treatment delivery systems that can deliver precise and accurate care quickly

In-line blood gas monitoring system

System supports critical measurements in an intensive care unit without leaving the patient’s bedside

Patient-dedicated blood gas analysis enhances flu readiness and infection control

In-line Proxima blood gas analyser maintains isolation and reduces blood handling

FISH probe portfolio for lung cancers

Oxford Gene Technology has launched two new CE-IVD labelled fluorescence in situ hybridisation (FISH) probes

Scientists develop heart attack sensor

Tiny electric sensor, which could potentially improve patient survival rates

Preclinical imaging systems for advanced translational research

New, highest-performance microCT system and novel SiPM PET insert for simultaneous PET/MRI introduced

Wafer-level camera module for single-use endoscopes

Cross-contamination risks have led to strong market demand for single-use medical devices such as endoscopes

Steerable catheter to treat cardiac arrhythmia

Enables corrective treatment to be delivered to very specific areas of the heart; possible to preserve more healthy heart tissue, and...

Synthetic biology research

Microfluidic chips are helping researchers develop novel enzymes capable of polymerising synthetic nucleotides

Zika virus recombinant antigens and antibodies

Virus is causing worldwide concern because of its connection to a neurological birth disorder and its rapid spread across the globe



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