An indigenous state-of-the-art 3D Bio-Printer 'Mito Plus' launched by Indian Tech Startup Avay Biosciences has been found to be helpful in printing human tissues.
India is among the top five countries in the world manufacturing life-saving high risk medical devices, but the cost of its devices is about one-third of those manufactured by the other four countries.
Smiths Interconnect's Custom Grid Array technology offers a contact layout using spring probe and target contacts to deliver the same RF performance as cabled coaxial solutions, with improved signal integrity.
The medical technology industry is seen as India’s future with huge growth potential reaching $50 billion by 2025.
IIT Madras researchers have developed an AI-based tool, "PIVOT", that can predict cancer-causing genes in an individual.
The global medical devices industry is undergoing a major transformation in business models, technology adoption, and care delivery approaches.
A new GPU-based machine learning algorithm developed by IISc researchers can help scientists better understand and predict connectivity between different regions of the brain.
Tinkertech, Cureous Labs, Urvogelbio, and Quarkbitz are the four winning startups at the recent Techtonic: Innovation in Assistive Technology.
TDB will support a Visakhapatnam-based startup company for the development and commercialization of a range of medical implants and robotic surgical instruments.