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Surgical robots will become more diverse and enable even less invasive surgery

The Hamlyn Symposium on Medical Robotics celebrated its 10th Anniversary this year and continues to provide an enriching forum for engineers, scientists, and clinicians involved...

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Surgical robots will become more diverse and enable even less invasive surgery

The Hamlyn Symposium on Medical Robotics celebrated its 10th Anniversary this year and continues to provide an enriching forum for engineers, scientists, and clinicians involved...

Medical

By Nick Collier As robotics get smaller, a new challenge emerges – how to design a ‘gripper’ in miniature and actuate...
By Chris Covey and Alun James, Sagentia. The Industrial Internet of Things (IIOT) has been heralded as a great enabler...
Effective requirements capture is critical for successful product development and, traditionally, the needs of three...
Consumer demand for more personalised food and beverage products continues to escalate, so how will the industry rise...
Engaging consumers on a personal level to build lasting emotional connections is an ongoing quest for personal care...
Chris Covey is Vice President, Industrial at product development and technology consultancy, Sagentia. In this...
Cell therapies have huge potential for the treatment of a range of human diseases including cancer, metabol­ic...
This year Sagentia is celebrating its 30th anniversary. To mark the occasion the team takes a look at some of the key...
The world is facing a series of major challenges which could threaten the way we live our lives today. How will we...
Regular health monitoring promises to improve outcomes and reduce costs – so why does it remain niche and elitist? By...
Anticipating and delivering on evolving consumer demands is never easy. How do you predict the next big thing, how do...
This year Sagentia is celebrating its 30th anniversary. To mark the occasion the team takes a look at some of the key...
A recent article in ‘Nature’ demonstrated how acoustic holograms can be simply manufactured using commonly...