Business of Biotech features a candid conversation on building your pitch with Leslie Williams, founder and CEO of ImmusanT. Leslie discusses the art of the deal and why a combination of nuance and humanity in your presentation is as important as the slides in your deck.
While the MDR date of application has been delayed a year, the Regulation’s final compliance date has not changed. This article discusses general concerns medical device manufacturers should keep in mind as they adjust to the new timeline, as well as four critical MDR factors to address (or revisit) moving forward.
The U.S. and several NATO countries have been working to reduce the size and weight of soldiers’ equipment while increasing its functionality and power. For engineers dealing with connectivity issues, this has brought about smaller and smaller connectors, cables, and devices.
Partnering with an experienced micromolder who can offer design input and has advanced equipment and tooling capabilities can help manufacturers create innovative and complex optical-based components for medical instruments.
Rapid technology advances in medical microelectronics, driven by increased service life, miniaturization, lack of redundancy and functional integration, require a rigorous methodology to assure reliability.