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    Promimic is a biomaterial company founded in 2004 as a spin-off from research performed at Chalmers University of Technology in Gothenburg, Sweden. The company develops and markets a new generation of...
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    PlasmaChem GmbH was founded 1993 in Mainz. In 2005 the company moved from Mainz to Berlin and is now located in the district Adlershof - the "City of Science and Media" —...
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    IsoTis manufactures, markets and sells a range of innovative bone graft substitutes and other related medical devices that are used to enhance the repair and regeneration of bone in spinal and...
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    Accuray's history began when John R. Adler, MD, professor of neurosurgery and radiation oncology at Stanford University Medical Center, developed the CyberKnife® System in 1987 after completing a...
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    Optomec is a leader in delivering additive manufacturing solutions for high-performance applications in the Electronics, Biomedical, and Aerospace & Defense markets. Additive manufacturing...
  • Article - 4 Aug 2006
    CPI has identified six key drivers influencing the transformation of the healthcare sector, which will create many opportunities for innovation.
  • News - 13 Nov 2008
    The TECNALIA Technological Corporation is taking part in the Cénit Intelimplant project, the goal of which is to develop advanced biomaterials based on innovative technologies (microtechnologies,...
  • News - 7 Oct 2008
    The National Science Foundation (NSF) announces the establishment of five new NSF Engineering Research Centers (ERCs) for the development of interdisciplinary research and education programs in...
  • News - 12 Nov 2014
    Titan Spine, a medical device surface technology company focused on developing innovative spinal interbody fusion implants, today announced that it has received 510(k) clearance from the U.S. Food and...
  • Article - 31 Jul 2006
    This article is a summary of the 2005 National Center for Manufacturing Sciences (NCMS) survey to benchmark the adoption of nanotechnology into manufacturing within the United States