Over 500 investors back dementia-fighting SmartSocks
Over 500 investors have pledged to back an inventor’s SmartSocks – a technology that could transform care for people with dementia and non-verbal autism.
CPAP pressure sensor family to drive better patient synchrony
Superior Sensor Technology has announced two new CP Series pressure sensors for positive airway pressure (PAP) devices used in sleep apnea, COPD, asthma, and home ventilator applications.
New miniature medically approved AC-DC modules offer up to 40W
XP Power announces the release of a family of single output, PCB mounting AC-DC modules with power ratings from 3W to 40W that offer easy integration into BF (body floating) applications.
The dual role of EMI shielding and optical bonding in ADT for defence
In today's interconnected world, industries such as medical, safety engineering, and defence operate under stringent regulations, particularly when it comes to safeguarding against electromagnetic interference (EMI).
Technological advancement for medical applications
Technological innovations play a decisive role in the constant advancement of medical progress. They make it possible to perform medical procedures more efficiently, more precisely, more gently and thus more patient friendly.
Tiny 1” x 1” medical grade 6W AC/DC
The RACM06E-K/277, a board-mount, through-hole 6W AC/DC converter has been launched by RECOM, with performance that makes it ideal for a wide range of applications.
Spectrum control introduces emission security power EMI filter
Spectrum Control, a specialist in EMI protection, introduces an emission security power EMI filter that features a space-saving design and effectively eliminates conducted electromagnetic interference emanations for an added level of data protection.
SCHURTER in medical technology
Whether patient care, laboratory technology, or diagnostics: electronic components and input systems from SCHURTER are used in medical technology wherever safe power supply, a long service life, reliability, and simple operation are required.
A mathematical model of the heart to revolutionise cardiac research
A mathematical and computational model of the human heart has been developed at Politecnico di Milano and designed for studying coronary artery disease.
Science champions to cement UK leadership in safe, responsible biology breakthroughs
The UK’s global leadership in the safe and responsible use of engineering biology will be driven forward by the first-ever meeting of the UK Biosecurity Leadership Council, bringing together some of the UK’s brightest minds from the worlds of science, research, and business.