Newsletter | November 19, 2020

11.19.20 -- Advanced Computing In Pharma & Medtech: How Cognitive Biases Can Cost You Millions

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The Benefits Of Aqueous Critical Cleaning In Medical Device Manufacturing

The use of aqueous cleaning in medical device manufacturing can provide numerous benefits in terms of efficacy, minimal surface contact and reduced residue potential, and easier cleaning validation.

Improving Microscopy And Biological Imaging With Backside Illuminated (BI) sCMOS Sensors

Biological labs can get better and more quantifiable image data from microscopes with sCMOS sensor-based devices.

Considerations For Connector Design In Mobile And Patient-Worn Medical Devices

This white paper discusses the rising need for mobile and patient-worn devices and offers recommendations on the proper approach to designing interconnect solutions for these applications.

Manufacturing Under Pressure: Is Lean Your Solution For Cost Savings?

Changes in today’s medical device market and political atmosphere are causing manufacturers to re-evaluate how they do business in order to reduce costs. Can the Lean manufacturing approach to productivity and efficiency be the solution your company needs?

How Thin Can We Go?

One of the most common questions from medical OEMs seems simple: How thin can we go? But the answer is: it depends. One of the main factors is material choice. While there may be many questions involved in figuring out how thin you can go, this article offers some insights.

Finding The Ideal Balance — Where Risk And Cost Of Quality Meet

It is a constant challenge to keep improving product value for customers while reducing overall costs. Part of the solution resides in the functional activities of the risk involved and the cost of quality management. This article delves into how to find the ideal balance of where risk and cost of quality meet.

A GMP Implantable Grade Bioresorbable Polymer Powder Breakthrough For The 3D Printing Of Medical Devices Using SLS Technology

Recent innovations with Selective Laser Sintering (SLS) systems and bioresorbable polymers are redefining opportunities for the 3D printing of medical devices. . 

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