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Steerable device helps insertion of emergency breathing tube
Researchers at Nottingham Trent University and Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust have developed a low-cost steerable device using used smart materials to help doctors insert a life-saving breathing tube into a patient’s windpipe in emergency situations. 19 Dec 2014

Curie-Cancer and GamaMabs Pharma renew partnership to develop antibody for ovarian cancer
Curie-Cancer, the commercial arm of Institut Curie, and GamaMabs Pharma have announced the extension of their partnership to develop the 3C23K antibody for the treatment of gynaecological cancers. 19 Dec 2014

Selvita raises $8.1m ahead of listing on Warsaw Stock Exchange
Polish drug discovery company Selvita has successfully completed its Initial Public Offering of 2,651,891 new shares amounting to PLN27.3m (US$8.1m), sold at the maximum announced price. 19 Dec 2014

Eli Lilly and Adocia collaborate to develop and commercialise rapid insulin technology
Eli Lilly and Adocia have announced a collaboration in which Lilly will be responsible for future development, manufacturing, and commercialization of Adocia's ultra-rapid insulin product, BioChaperone Lispro. 19 Dec 2014

ZoBio and Domainex partner to support FORMA Therapeutics’ drug discovery programs
Dutch company ZoBio and Cambridge-based Domainex Ltd have announced a collaboration with US company FORMA Therapeutics to provide NMR-based structural biology services for a substantial panel of FORMA drug targets. 15 Dec 2014

Swedish life sciences cluster visits Life Sciences Hub Wales
Medicon Village, a Swedish cluster for life sciences, visited Wales’ new centre for life sciences earlier this month. The visit builds on a relationship which began 18 months ago when Life Sciences Hub Wales was chosen as Medicon Village’s first partnering 'twin'. 15 Dec 2014

HealthQuest Solutions awarded £1m to develop COPD management system
Southampton-based ealthQuest Solutions has been awarded a £960,000 contract by the Small Business Research Initiative (SBRI) to further develop its myCOPD Solution. 15 Dec 2014

Portable blood analyser detects Ebola virus in 75 minutes
STMicroelectronics and Clonit, in collaboration with Italy’s National Institute for Infectious Diseases Lazzaro Spallanzani, have developed in a few weeks a prototype portable analyzer able to identify the presence of the Ebola virus in less than 75 minutes. 12 Dec 2014

Fourteen institutes join $27m initiative to find causes of Sudden Unexpected Death in Epilepsy
A new initiative, called the SUDEP Center Without Walls for Collaborative Research, is a $27.3 million international effort to identify the causes of Sudden Unexpected Death in Epilepsy (SUDEP) a mysterious and deadly phenomenon that strikes people with epilepsy without warning. 10 Dec 2014

Birmingham City University commits £10 million to tackling STEM skills shortage
Birmingham City University has announced it is to invest £10 million addressing the shortage of young people studying STEM subjects — science, technology, engineering and maths — skills that manufacturing leaders say they urgently need to support growth. 8 Dec 2014

Nominet Trust lists healthcare technology in annual NT100 'tech for good' list
The NT100 list for 2014 features 34 healthcare and accessibility applications that are embracing new technologies. These include e-NABLE, which harnesses 3D printing to create affordable prosthetics; FingerReader, a wearable tech device for sight loss; and MAMA, a global community which delivers vital health information. 8 Dec 2014

UK schools to get defibrillators to save children suffering cardiac arrest
The UK Department for Education (DfE) has awarded a contract for an initial provision of 500 automated external defibrillators (AEDs) to Philips through a public procurement framework with NHS Supply Chain. 8 Dec 2014

Modelling system forecasts spread of Ebola
A forecasting model developed by the EU funded EPIWORK project to model the spread of swine flu H1N1 has shown that Ebola would have infected between 14,000 and 22,000 people in West Africa by the end of November 2014. 5 Dec 2014

Exco InTouch to address mHealth solutions in management of chronic conditions at 2014 mHealth Summit
Exco InTouch has announced it will speak in two mHealth solutions sessions focused on disease management and participate in a roundtable discussion on driving cross sector collaboration to improve patient care, reporting and outcomes. 5 Dec 2014

Increasing breastfeeding in UK could save NHS £40 million per year
Increasing the number of mothers who breastfeed and for longer could could save the NHS more than £40 million, according to research carried out at Brunel University London. 5 Dec 2014

Magnetic nanoparticles stimulate stem cells to regenerate bone
Magnetic nanoparticles coated with targeting proteins can stimulate stem cells to regenerate bone, according to research by Keele University and Nottingham University. 3 Dec 2014

World's first artificial enzymes created using synthetic DNA-like molecules
Scientists at the UK Medical Research Council (MRC) have created the world’s first enzymes made from artificial genes. Their synthetic enzymes, which do not occur anywhere in nature, are capable of triggering chemical reactions in the lab. 2 Dec 2014

November 2014

Medtronic gains European, US, Canadian clearance for takeover of Covidien
Medtronic, Inc. (NYSE: MDT) and Covidien plc (NYSE: COV) have announced that the European Commission has conditionally cleared Medtronic’s proposed acquisition of Covidien. 28 Nov 2014

Covidien achieves CE Mark for Nellcor SpO2 patient monitoring system
Covidien has announced EU approval for its Nellcor Bedside SpO2 Patient Monitoring System, PM100N. The system currently is available in the European Economic Area (EEA), Australia and New Zealand. 27 Nov 2014

First patient implanted with Sequana Medical's pump to remove excess lung fluid
Zurich-based Sequana Medical AG has announced that the first patient has been implanted with its pump to remove excess fluid around the lungs. A patient at Hôpital Nord, Marseille, France, was implanted with the company's pleurapump system. 27 Nov 2014

Prosthetic hand controlled through nerves has the lightest touch
A prosthetic hand which connects to the nervous system provides a sense of touch light enough to handle an egg. The hand has been developed by the EU-funded NEBIAS project after 10 years of research. 27 Nov 2014

3D imaging helps surgeons measure size of tumours
Three-dimensional ultrasound imaging and augmented-reality software allows surgeons to pinpoint a tumour and measure its volume, including its depth. 26 Nov 2014

Endomagnetics raises £2m for clinical trials and product development
Cambridge-based Endomagnetics has raised a further £2m to support its pivotal US clinical trial and the launch of a new cancer marker product in 2015. 26 Nov 2014

2-DTech offers graphene in safe water dispersible form
Graphene pioneer 2-DTech, a spin out from the University of Manchester, has developed a graphene solution using water and isopropanol (IPA) that is safer, more stable and has higher concentrations of graphene than solutions using organic solvents. 26 Nov 2014

OssDsign's bioceramic Cranioplug gains FDA approval
Stockholm-based OssDsign AB has announced that its Cranioplug, a bioceramic plug for re-fixing skull bone after brain surgery, has received 510(k) clearance by the US FDA. 24 Nov 2014

Spiral blood flow improves success rate for vascular bypass surgery
Dundee company Vascular Flow Technologies has presented data that shows a 30% increase in one-year success for patients who received the company's Spiral Flow graft for infrainguinal vascular bypass surgery. 24 Nov 2014

Nottingham Trent University launches practical course for ocularists
Nottingham Trent University has launched a two-day masterclass in bespoke ocularistry to practising ocularists and those in training or aspiring to become an ocularist in the future. 24 Nov 2014

Cannabis extracts combined with radiation therapy improve brain cancer treatment
Research at St George's University of London has shown that when chemical extracts of cannabis are used to treat cancer tumours alongside radio therapy the growths can virtually disappear. 21 Nov 2014

UK government invests £30m in emerging medtech companies and projects
Innovate UK and the UK Medical Research Council (MRC) announce awards totalling over £30m in companies and projects developing new medical treatments and technologies. 21 Nov 2014

UK project extends trial of offering gift vouchers to boost breastfeeding
A UK project aimed at boosting breastfeeding rates by offering gift vouchers in areas with persistently low rates will move to a large-scale trial in Staffordshire and Yorkshire. 21 Nov 2014

Smartphone-based remote monitoring system for pregnancy-related diabetes wins prize
A system for remote monitoring of mothers with pregnancy-related diabetes using a smartphone and wireless-enabled blood glucose meter has won the Best Digital Initiative trophy in the Quality in Care Diabetes Awards. 20 Nov 2014

Combined MRI-PET imaging gives new insights to plaque formation in Alzheimer's disease
Researchers at Tübingen University have used combined PET and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) to show that amyloid plaques in brain blood vessels are associated with a reduced blood flow in mice with Alzheimer’s-like disease. 18 Nov 2014

Hospital sector investing in new equipment to drive efficiency gains
Hospitals in developed countries are becoming increasingly confident about their growth prospects for the year ahead despite rising costs and ongoing economic uncertainty, according to a survey by GE Capital. 18 Nov 2014

New strain of Ebola found in the Congo
An outbreak of haemorrhagic fever in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) in August has been verified as Ebola but a different strain from that in the more well known outbreaks in west African countries, according to an international study. 18 Nov 2014

Technologies for advanced liver disease monitoring allow patients to stay at home
The EC-funded D-Liver project has  developed a remote support system for patients with advanced liver disease to monitor their condition at home and save regular trips to hospital for tests and appointments with consultants. 17 Nov 2014

VascuBone project develops toolbox for personalised bone regeneration
The EU-funded VascuBone project has developed a "toolbox" that doctors can select from to regenerate bone for three types of bone defects. The tool box includes a variety of biocompatible biomaterials and cell types, FDA-approved growth factors, material modification technologies, simulation and analytical tools such as molecular-imaging-based in vivo diagnostics. (includes video) 17 Nov 2014

Prostate cancer diagnosed from tissue sample in 90 seconds
The Fraunhofer Institute for Ceramic Technologies and Systems (IKTS) in Dresden has developed a device that can identify cancerous prostate tissue from a biopsy within one and a half minutes by using laser stimulated fluorescence. 14 Nov 2014

Karolinska Development secures life sciences funding from CP Group
Swedish life sciences investor, Karolinska Development has secured investments and declaration of interest in further investments from CP Group subsidiaries Sino Biopharmaceutical Limited, Chia Tai Resources Limited, Chia Tai Medicines Holding Limited. 12 Nov 2014

IBM and UK Science & Technology Facilities Council form Big Data Innovation Hub
IBM and the STFC Hartree Centre has created a Big Data innovation hub using IBM Big Data and Analytics technology to help organisations solve complex business problems. 12 Nov 2014

Hitachi and Danish hospital to study use of big data for improving hospital management
Bispebjerg and Frederiksberg University Hospital and Hitachi, Ltd.  have agreed to jointly develop solutions for increasing the efficiency of hospital management using IT at Hitachi's Denmark Big Data Research Laboratory, which opened on 5 November 2014. 12 Nov 2014

Help offered for medtech SMEs to enter multi-million-euro innovation competition
Product development contractor Pera Technology is searching for 10 small and medium sized medical technology firms who are seeking finance to develop new product and process ideas. 12 Nov 2014

Ethitec's Tiara9 awarded NHS Spine certification
Ethitec's EPR system, Tiara9, has successfully completed the  certification process for compatibility with the NHS electronic appointment booking systems, having run without incident at its ‘First of Type’ site at Frimley Park Hospital. 11 Nov 2014

Nanotechnology safety studies blasted for bad science
A scientist at the Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Science (Empa) has criticised fellow scientists studying the safety of nanoparticles for their poorly prepared experiments, results that do not stand up scientifically and even for cruelty to animals. 10 Nov 2014 Deutsch

OJ Bio develops prototype hand-held disease diagnostics lab
Newcastle company OJ Bio has successfully completed the prototype development of a portable wireless point-of-care diagnostic system that accurately and quickly identifies the presence of a range of viruses and bacteria in patient fluid samples. 7 Nov 2014

Auspherix secures AU$1m funding to advance novel antibiotics pipeline
Sydney-based Auspherix Pty Ltd has secured a further AU$1 million in a series A financing from Australia’s Medical Research Commercialisation Fund (MRCF). 4 Nov 2014

FIND and QuantuMDx partner to develop rapid genome-based diagnostics for tuberculosis
Swiss NGO FIND is joining forces with UK diagnostics developer QuantuMDx Group to develop a combined solution for the rapid detection of tuberculosis and determination of drug resistance. 4 Nov 2014

Sleep disturbance linked to Alzheimer's
A 40-year study of older men has found that those who had sleep disturbances had a higher risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease. 4 Nov 2014

October 2014

High intensity ultrasound creates cellular scaffold for regenerating diseased tissue
Researchers at the University of Washington have discovered that ultrasound can both destroy cells and leave behind a cellular scaffolding for tissue engineering, a unique approach that could advance regenerative medicine. 30 Oct 2014

New method for creating biological sensors on silicon chips
Scientists from Chile and Germany  have developed a novel process to layer two readily available chemicals on a silicon substrate to mimic a cell membrane and give the ability to link biological processes to electronics. 30 Oct 2014

Diverse gut bacteria linked to reduced risk of breast cancer
Postmenopausal women with diverse gut bacteria have a reduced risk of breast cancer through having a more favourable ratio of oestrogen metabolites, according to a study published in the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism (JCEM). 30 Oct 2014

Welch Allyn to add Gentag's NFC wireless technology to medical devices
Medical diagnostics device company Welch Allyn and Gentag, a pioneer in disposable wireless biosensors, have entered into an agreement to bring to market near field communications technology for medical devices and sensors 29 Oct 2014

Orgenesis receives patent for potential cure for type 1 diabetes
Orgenesis Inc. has announced that it has received a patent for its technology for converting liver cells to pancreas cells as a potential cure for Type 1 Diabetes. 29 Oct 2014

Shorter treatment for tuberculosis improves success rate
Ten years of collaboration between the Damien Foundation Belgium and the Institute of Tropical Medicine in Antwerp (ITM) has produced a new treatment that could revolutionise global tuberculosis control. 29 Oct 2014

Sound generated by knee joint shows extent of osteoarthritis
A team led by Lancaster University has developed a technique that uses sound waves and computer software to assess the state of osteoarthritis in the knee. 29 Oct 2014

Drug discovery system for cancer is failing patients, says leading expert
The development of new drugs and treatments for cancer has failed to keep up with advances in knowledge because the system is broken, according to Professor Paul Workman, Interim Chief Executive of The Institute of Cancer Research. 28 Oct 2014

Implandata announces closing of €3m funding round
Hannover-based Implandata Ophthalmic Products GmbH has announced the closing of a €3m Series B funding round that included Born2Grow Venture Partners as new investor. 28 Oct 2014

Boehringer Ingelheim implements IDBS laboratory E‑WorkBook suite
Pharma company Boehringerharma Ingelheim is rolling out the IDBS E-WorkBook Suite to manage lab information more efficiently and eliminate data silos. 28 Oct 2014

New data on the global economic impact and burden of preventable blindness
Novartis and its eye care division, Alcon have introduced new data on World Sight Day that highlights the economic impact and burden that blindness and vision impairment can have on societies and individuals across the globe. 28 Oct 2014

Philips and Breast Cancer Care launch breast-check mobile app
To mark breast cancer awareness month, Philips in partnership with the charity Breast Cancer Care has launched an updated version of their Breast Cancer Care mobile app. 28 Oct 2014

Hospital records over 2.5 million patient monitor alarms in one month
A study of five intensive care units in the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF), Medical Center over 31 days recorded 2,558,760 unique alarms. Many were caused by a complex interplay of inappropriate user settings, patients’ conditions and computer algorithm deficiencies. 27 Oct 2014

3D printing gives rapid method to make facial prostheses following cancer surgery
University of Miami researchers have developed a process to manufacture facial prostheses in a matter of hours at a fraction of the cost of a traditional prosthesis, using topographical scanning and 3-D printing technology.

Plant flavanols reverse age-related memory decline
Dietary flavanols, a range of compounds found in certain plants such as cocoa beans, can reverse age-related memory decline in healthy older adults, according to a study led by Columbia University Medical Center (CUMC). 27 Oct 2014

EU project to test if blood from Ebola survivors can provide antibodies for treatment
An international research consortium led by the Institute of Tropical Medicine in Antwerp (ITM) will assess whether treatment with antibodies from the blood of Ebola survivors could help infected patients to fight off the disease. 24 Oct 2014

Ebola patient carers at risk of infection when removing protective gear
A team of American infectious disease and critical care experts have issued an alert for clinicians caring for Ebola patients that how they remove their personal protective gear can be just as crucial as wearing it to prevent exposure to the deadly virus. 24 Oct 2014

Croydon is first hospital in UK awarded HIMSS EMRAM stage 6 for IT adoption
Croydon Health Services NHS Trust has become the first hospital in the UK to be awarded the Electronic Medical Record Adoption Model (EMRAM) level 6 by international health information body the Health Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS). 24 Oct 2014

UK invests £230m in stratified medicine, genomics and dementia research
The UK government has announced that a partnership led by the Medical Research Council (MRC) will invest over £230 million in 23 medical research centres around the UK to develop new technology for identifying the causes of diseases. 24 Oct 2014

Randomised controlled trials for testing Ebola treatments are unethical say experts
A group of leading health experts have urged the deployment of alternative trial designs to fast-track the evaluation of new Ebola treatments to suit the urgency of the crisis. 15 Oct 2014

Scripps scientists create cholesterol-like molecule that reduces artherosclerosis
Scientists at The Scripps Research Institute (TSRI) in the US have synthesised a molecule that mimics high-density cholesterol and shown it can reduce plaque build-up in arteries even when taken orally. 15 Oct 2014

Exco InTouch first to comply with HIPAA, Safe Harbor and EU data protection rules
Exco InTouch has announced that it has become the first clinical research solutions provider to comply with the Safe Harbor, EU Data Protection and HIPAA (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act) regulations governing security and data privacy for patients. 15 Oct 2014

Auspherix and Domainex collaborate to combat drug-resistant bacteria
Cambridge-based Domainex Ltd and University of Technology Sydney spinout Auspherix Pty Ltd have announced a collaboration that will develop Auspherix’s novel anti-infective drug discovery programme towards the nomination of a clinical candidate. 15 Oct 2014

Karolinska Development appoints new CEO
Swedish medical technology company Karolinska Development has announced that Bruno Lucidi has been appointed as permanent CEO from today, in addition to existing positions in the company. 15 Oct 2014

Replikins Global Surveillance System claims current Ebola outbreak could have been predicted two years ago by monitoring genomic changes in the virus

CFI Medical awarded CE mark for Zero-Gravity radiation protection system
CFI Medical has received the CE mark for its Zero-Gravity Suspended Radiation Protection System Floor Unit for protecting clinicians when using X-rays in operating theatres. 14 Oct 2014

LoneStar receives CE mark for hydrogel implant for heart-failure treatment
California-based LoneStar Heart, Inc. has announced that it has received the CE Mark for its Algisyl-LVR hydrogel implant, the company’s lead product for the treatment of advanced heart failure. 14 Oct 2014

New Oncology and Gustave Roussy collaborate on genetic testing of tumours
Cologne-based cancer diagnostics developer New Oncology has announced that it has entered into a collaboration agreement with Gustave Roussy Cancer Campus, a research institute based in Paris. 14 Oct 2014

Lung cancer can stay dormant for 20 years until triggered by genetic faults
Researchers at Cancer Research UK have discovered that lung cancers can lie dormant for over 20 years until genetic faults trigger sections to grow and the cancer becomes aggressive. 13 Oct 2014

Genetic test identifies people at higher risk of atrial fibrillation and stroke 
People who are genetically predisposed to develop atrial fibrillation, which increases risk of stroke, can be identified with a blood test according to research at Lund University in Sweden. 13 October 2014

Novartis announces collaboration to evaluate Bristol-Myers Squibb's novel immunotherapy drug
The collaboration will evaluate the safety, tolerability and preliminary efficacy of three molecularly targeted compounds in combination with Bristol-Myers Squibb's investigational PD-1 immune checkpoint inhibitor, Opdivo. 9 Oct 2014

European Commission announces first SMEs to benefit from €3bn innovation fund 
The European Commission has published a list of the 155 Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs) that will be the first to benefit from its new 'SME Instrument' funding stream. 9 Oct 2014

Adaptimmune secures a further US$104m investment for product development
Oxford-based therapeutics company Adaptimmune Limited, has announced the completion of a US$104m series A financing round to advance its programmes into the clinic in multiple cancer indications. 9 Oct 2014

Paris Public Hospitals Group and Magnisense partner to develop tests for cardiovascular diseases
French hospital group AP-HP, (Assistance Publique-Hôpitaux de Paris), and diagnostics technology developer Magnisense have signed a partnership agreement to develop rapid portable diagnostic tests for cardiovascular diseases. 9 Oct 2014

Nobel prize for chemistry awarded to inventors of nanoscale optical microscope
The Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2014 has been awarded jointly to Eric Betzig, of the Howard Hughes Medical Institute, USA; Stefan W. Hell of the Max Planck Institute for Biophysical Chemistry and the German Cancer Research Center; and William E. Moerner of Stanford University, USA. 8 Oct 2014

New model gives 3D reconstruction of the brain's memory structures
Researchers at Ruhr-Universitaet-Bochum have developed a new method for creating 3D models of memory-relevant brain structures. They published their results in the journal Frontiers in Neuroanatomy. 7 Oct 2014

Scientists at UCL and NTNU awarded Nobel Prize for discovering brain's positioning system 
The 2014 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine has been awarded to Professor John O’Keefe of University College London and husband-and-wife team Professors May-Britt Moser and Edvard Moser of the Norwegian University of Science and Technology. 6 Oct 2014

Massively parallel approach to stem cell culture will accelerate research
Plasticell has announced the publication of research on the company’s high throughput 'Combinatorial Cell Culture' (CombiCult) technology that allows a single scientist to carry out 10,000 stem cell experiments in parallel. 6 Oct 2014

Low carbohydrate diet improves physical and general health of diabetes patients
A low-carbohydrate diet has a good effect not only on blood glucose, but also on physical functions, bodily pain and general health, according to a two-year study at Linköping University.

UCL awarded £15m to train bioscience PhDs
The UK Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council (BBSRC)has awarded University College London (UCL) £15m to support thirty PhD studentships annually for the next five years in ... . 6 Oct 2014

Specific molecular structure indicates if a drug is likely to be safe for clinical use
A test developed at the University of Manchester helps determine which  drugs are unlikely to work because of their molecular structure. This is likely to greatly speed up the time it takes to make safe and effective medicines available and reduce costs of drug discovery. 6 Oct 2014

Exco InTouch shortlisted for SCRIP Award
Exco InTouch has announced that its mDNA technology project team have been shortlisted for the “Best Technological Development in Clinical Trials” category for the 2014 SCRIP Awards. 3 Oct 2014

Stem cells discovered in layer behind cornea could treat blindness
Scientists at the University of Southampton have discovered that a region at the front of the eye harbours special stem cells that could treat degenerative retinal diseases. 2 Oct 2014

New forecasts show Ebola infections could reach 1.4 million by January
The current Ebola epidemic could claim hundreds of thousands of lives and infect more than 1.4 million people by the end of January 2015, according to a new forecast released by the US CDC. 2 Oct 2014

Scale of current Ebola outbreak makes previous models for predicting spread useless
A mathematical model that replicates and forecasts Ebola outbreaks is no longer suitable for predicting the eventual scale of the current epidemic, according to researchers at the University of Warwick. 2 Oct 2014

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