April 17-19, 2018 - Messe Stuttgart, Germany
Medtec Europe provides a medical technology platform for attendees to discover the latest innovations from around the world. The event also provides innovators with the opportunity to network and meet leading manufacturers, distributors, and suppliers. If you are looking to establish or strengthen business partnerships, or, buy or showcase tech products and services, then MedTech Europe is the place to be.
For more information: https://www.medteceurope.com/
April 3-5, 2018 - Meadowlands, NJ
MDTX 2018 promises to places attendees at the forefront of all that is new and cutting-edge in the medical technology industry. Join peers and industry leaders from all over the world as you explore the techniques and tools that are influencing the future of medical devices. The focus of sessions ranges from the effect of 3D printing on medical device development to understanding new FDA policy.
For more information: http://spring.mdtxevent.com/ml18/Public/Enter.aspx
February 27-28, 2018 - Raleigh, NC
CED is an entrepreneurial network of technology-based companies. Their Life Science conference connects MedTech and Life science companies to a variety of corporate investors. The conference provides attendees the opportunity to network with innovative companies and thinkers representing pharma, drug delivery, biotech, digital health, AgBio, and diagnostics.
For more information: https://cednc.org/events/ced-life-science-conference-2018
A number of techniques have recently been developed for printing objects containing living cells. Such technology can lead to custom tissue replacements and various other medical applications. But, these methods are usually slow. Researchers at the University of Twente in the Netherlands, however, have now created a way to quickly print 3D structures with living cells seeded inside them.
For more information: http://medipal.io/tag/3d-printing-living-cells-into-useful-biomedical-objects/
Lung cancer is the top cause of cancer-related deaths in the world. But, Medtech giants, Philips and Medtronic, have partnered up to change the stats. The MedTech titans recently announced their partnership to develop and commercialize the LungGPS Patient Management Platform.
For more information: https://www.mddionline.com/titans-unite-medtronic-philips-treat-lung-cancer
In 2017, photonics contributed more than £12.9 billion to the UK economy, and the country's photonics industry is set to keep growing. Although the UK's research capabilities in healthcare photonics are world-class, there has been little success in inventions reaching a commercial stage. This will change, however, with the opening of The National Centre for Healthcare Photonics is now under construction in the Northeast in December 2018.For More information:https://www.med-technews.com/news/in-the-spotlight-photonics-set-to-be-big-business-for-uk-med/
The tech titan has recently announced that its upcoming iOS 11.3 release will feature EMR-sharing. Apple said that 12 hospitals have signed up to beta test the software, which will enable healthcare providers and their patients to interact and share data on Apple devices.For more information:http://www.businessinsider.com/why-apples-moving-into-the-health-records-market-2018-1
Experience powerful business partnering, benefit from invaluable education sessions and network with 16,000+ of the industry’s brightest. Listen to world-renowned speakers leading Keynotes, Supers Sessions, and Fireside Chats. 1800+ exhibitors from all fields: Digital Health and Diagnostics to Bioprocess. The ideas shared here go beyond professional development.