Fraunhofer creates new group for innovation research
July 4, 2017 -- Fraunhofer has created a new group -- the Fraunhofer Group for Innovation Research -- with the aim of strengthening its future role in research, technology, and innovation policy dialogue with industry, politics, and society.
Sybermedica adds Materialise to PACS network
June 28, 2017 -- Healthcare software developer Sybermedica said that 3D printing firm Materialise has joined its PACSMail Cloud network.
Calgary Scientific brings ResolutionMD to Russia
June 28, 2017 -- Advanced visualization software developer Calgary Scientific has received approval for its ResolutionMD image viewing software by the Rozdravnadzor, the Federal Service for Surveillance in Healthcare in Russia.
DiACardio changes name
June 20, 2017 -- Echocardiography image analysis software developer DiACardio has changed its name to DiA Imaging Analysis.
Stryker signs partnership with GE Additive
June 15, 2017 -- Orthopedic device firm Stryker and GE Additive have signed a manufacturing partnership.
Estonian firm turns ultrasound data into 3D-printed baby statues
June 15, 2017 -- Marketing communications firm Sirbonu of Estonia is now creating 3D-printed baby statues from ultrasound data.
Munich team develops handheld scanner
June 13, 2017 -- A handheld optoacoustic scanner enables imaging of skin layers and blood vessels in patients with psoriasis. Developed by researchers from Helmholtz Zentrum München and the Technical University of Munich, the device uses raster scan optoacoustic mesoscopy to provide relevant clinical information, without requiring contrast agents or radiation exposure.  Discuss
Siemens teams with Fraunhofer MEVIS for AI
June 2, 2017 -- Siemens Healthineers is collaborating with the Fraunhofer Institute for Medical Image Computing (MEVIS) to develop artificial intelligence (AI) software to support diagnosis and therapy.
3D-printed polymer stents evolve
May 30, 2017 -- A new 3D-printed polymer stent overcomes many of the limitations of conventional nitinol stents for use with tissue-engineered heart valves, offering the potential of use in children, according to an article in 3D Printing and Additive Manufacturing.  Discuss
RoeKo: How to predict success of thrombectomy for stroke
May 25, 2017 -- Advanced software can now be used to evaluate CT scans of stroke patients, assessing the severity of the stroke and helping to identify patients who will not benefit from thrombectomy, attendees learned at the 98th German Radiology Congress (Deutscher Röntgenkongress, RöKo 2017).  Discuss
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