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  • Computational code

    Bioreactor design and use in regenerative medicine: the benefit of mathematical modelling

    31 July 2015

    Mathematical and computational modelling of bioreactors and tissue growth is becoming more widespread as a way of complementing ongoing experimental research.

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  • Combine harvester

    Automation and condition monitoring in precision agriculture

    18 June 2015

    Domestic agricultural research and development is accelerating, and more interestingly, adoption of technologies from other industries will soon begin to have significant impact.

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  • A secret book written in blood

    8 June 2015

    Non-invasive prenatal testing (NIPT) could soon be available on the NHS according to the BBC News. This would be very good news for pregnant women with high risk pregnancies as invasive procedures such as amniocentesis carry a significant risk of miscarriage. Here we discuss some of the developments and challenges in NIPT.

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  • Moving towards a Tricorder

    8 June 2015

    Consumer testing of the Qualcomm Tricorder X-Prize finalists’ products will begin later this year. The $10 million competition, drawing inspiration from the Tricorder device in the Star Trek TV series, seeks to encourage the creation of innovative diagnostic technologies to help consumers diagnose themselves more accurately. We've been watching the progress of the 10 finalists with great interest...

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  • Lung cancer tumour

    Ultraweak photo emission for cancer detection

    19 May 2015

    After ten years of academic development, measurement of spontaneous ultraweak photons from cancerous cells is now at the point where the fundamental science is sufficiently well-established to allow the development of a commercial cancer imaging device without the need for labelling.

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  • High speed spray

    Delivering killer products through open innovation

    13 March 2015

    Our recent participation at the CoDev conference highlighted some key learnings for successfully delivering open innovation projects.

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  • Medical wearable

    Top 5 tips for developing medical wearables

    10 March 2015

    There has been much discussion around the design of wearable devices and whether they really achieve the benefits that they claim to offer. It’s an important question to raise, as medically-focused wearables could greatly benefit people who need aspects of their health monitored accurately. Here are 5 key development aspects to consider when developing a medical wearable.

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  • Tissue cells

    Advancing the huge potential of regenerative medicine

    5 March 2015

    Regenerative medicine has been an important area for research in recent decades and as more products reach the market the many potential clinical benefits are being better understood.  

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Events

SPIE Optics + Photonics Exhibition

9-13 August 2015

Sagentia will attend the largest international, multidisciplinary optical sciences and technology event in North America.

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Next Generation Dx Summit

18-20 August 2015

Sagentia joins The Next Generation Dx Summit, in August which is entering its seventh year. It brings together more than 800 diagnostics professionals from across the world, providing comprehensive programming and valuable networking opportunities.

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Press Releases

Sagentia invites applications for 3rd annual STEM Bursary

31 July 2015

Science Group today announced that it is inviting applications for its third successive STEM Bursary scheme. Science Group, which was recently rebranded from Sagentia Group and which comprises Sagentia, Oakland Innovation and OTM Consulting, grants up to 10 bursaries of £2,500 to students at universities across the UK each year. 

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Which technological innovations will shape our future?

24 June 2015

Sagentia, a leading international science, product and technology development company, is today co-presenting with MIT Technology Review on the top breakthrough technologies for 2015. This is the third successive year that MIT Technology Review and Sagentia have partnered to evaluate the role of emerging technologies and their potential impact on future R&D.

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Press Coverage

How to benefit from the bigger opportuniies in wearable technologies

13 February 2015

Dr. David Pettigrew, Sagentia's VP Connected Health, writes in 'Clinica Medical Intelligence' about where the opportunities in wearable technologies lie, how he sees the market developing and the technical challenges that need considering.

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In partnership with MIT Technology Review: Mobile Medical Apps - A market on the move

20 November 2014

Published in partnership with MIT Technology Review Sagentia looks at how the demand for remote patient monitoring is creating an exciting opportunity for the emerging area of connected health, and how MMAs may offer particularly apt solutions to the challenges of monitoring patients remotely.

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