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Fibre-optic ultrasonic imaging probe
Fibre-optic ultrasonic imaging probe In brief Researchers have developed a single ultrasonic imaging fibre, capable of simultaneously accessing 3D spatial information and mechanical properties from microscopic objects. The device can perform label-free and non-contact imaging with a high resolution. Key benefits: Optical fibre technology:...
Published: 03/07/2023   |   Inventor(s): Sal La Cavera III, Fernando Perez-Cota, Richard Smith, Matthew Clark
Category(s): Electronics, Engineering, Healthcare, Optics, Medical Device
Functionalizing 3D/AM Printing Powders
­Innovative method of adding functionality to additive manufacturing (AM) printing powders. Approach uses carbon nanofibers (CNFs) to encapsulate metal nanoparticles, mixed with existing AM powders to provide novel functions, such as printing of magnetic parts. Use of existing AM materials (PA12), maintains existing processing parameters &...
Published: 07/09/2023   |   Inventor(s): Ruth Goodridge, Maria del Carman Gimenez-Lopez
Category(s): Engineering, Nanotechnology
Wearable wound monitoring device using optical fibre technology
Published: 04/10/2023   |   Inventor(s): Liu Liangliang, Stephen Morgan, Ricardo Correia, Serhiy Korposh
Category(s): Healthcare, Optics, Medical Device, Engineering
Miniaturised laser spectroscopy using additive manufacturing
Compact Spectroscopy Apparatus using additive manufacturing In brief Fig 1: A labelled diagram of each of the components. Specific parts were used in the prototype model, details of these are available. A miniaturised device for performing saturated absorption spectroscopy on two lasers simultaneously. It can also produce a beat signal between...
Published: 05/10/2023   |   Inventor(s): Nathan Cooper, Lucia Hackermueller, Laurence Coles
Category(s): Optics, Engineering
Regenerating Bone Tissue Using Resorbable Porous Microspheres
Porous Glass Microspheres A tailored, single-stage and scalable manufacturing process In brief Porous glass microspheres (MS) are produced via a novel flame spheroidisation process, enabling precise tailoring of MS porosity, size, chemistry and other variables to address a wide range of potential applications. Compared to other manufacturing techniques,...
Published: 05/10/2023   |   Inventor(s): Ifty Ahmed
Category(s): Biomedical, Engineering, Healthcare
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