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    AMETEK Engineered Medical Components (EMC) is a leader in customized medical device interconnects, cable assemblies and leads. Its products include custom, fine-featured components, engineered...
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    ExtruMed Inc provider of custom extrusions to the medical device industry. ExtruMed embarked on a strategic growth plan to become the market leader providing precision tubing solutions to the...
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    TA Instruments designs and manufactures the world’s highest performing thermal analysis, rheometer, microcalorimeter, and mechanical test systems by focusing on four fundamental measurements:...
  • Article - 1 Jun 2011
    The electronics industry employs plasma for a range of applications to treat the surface of materials. These range from adhesion promotion of encapsulants and adhesives, to enhancing the release...
  • Article - 1 Aug 2003
    The human body is a complex system. Biomaterials are materials used to replace parts of the body for various reasons. The development of current and future biomaterials is looked at in terms of an...
  • Article - 28 Nov 2002
    Questions such as, what are shape memory alloys, how do they work, how much deformation can they recover from, what metals exhibit shape memory properties and what applications do shape memory alloys...
  • Article - 19 Apr 2002
    Nickel-Titanium based shape memory alloys are the most common types of commercially available SMA's. Compositional variations, work hardening, properties, applications and history of this family of...
  • Article - 13 Feb 2001
    These are materials that can be indefinitely deformed, however, when heated to their transformation temperature return to their original shape. They have numerous usages including medical...
  • News - 7 Aug 2017
    A pioneering new study is set to help surgeons repair hearts without damaging precious tissue. A team of scientists from Liverpool John Moores University (LJMU), The University of Manchester,...
  • News - 26 Feb 2014
    Using an inexpensive 3-D printer, biomedical engineers have developed a custom-fitted, implantable device with embedded sensors that could transform treatment and prediction of cardiac...