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Kabinet benoemt Ioniqa tot Nationaal Icoon

23 sep 2019
Kabinet benoemt Ioniqa tot Nationaal Icoon Een kunstalvleesklier voor mensen met diabetes, oneindig hergebruiken van plastic PET-afval en een satellietnetwerk waardoor het Internet of Things (IoT) overal ter wereld te gebruiken is. De innovaties van Inreda Diabetic (kunstalvleesklier), Ioniqa (PET-upcycling) en Hiber (satellietnetwerk HiberBand) zijn door het kabinet benoemd tot Nationale Iconen. De drie winnaars zijn door staatssecretaris Mona Keijzer van Economische Zaken en Klimaat (EZK) vanavond bekendgemaakt in het tv-programma De Wereld Draait Door. Lees verder

Six most prominent Dutch university-linked Incubators commit to Fundsup

26 jun 2019
Six most prominent Dutch university-linked Incubators commit to Fundsup With this partnership, Fundsup becomes the most significant link between startups of university incubators and informal investors, fulfilling a prominent role as enabler of innovation in the Netherlands. Lees verder

Microsure’s MUSA Microsurgery Robot Receives CE-mark

13 jun 2019
Microsure’s MUSA Microsurgery Robot Receives CE-mark EINDHOVEN, Netherlands - MUSA is the world’s first surgical robot for open microsurgery. This robotic assistant is clinically and commercially available after the medical device CE-mark was issued by notified body DEKRA recently. Microsure’s MUSA is developed by a team of microsurgeons and engineers, creating a high-precision robotic assistant that is compatible with current operating techniques, workflow, instruments and other OR-equipment. It enhances surgical performance by stabilizing and scaling down the surgeon’s movements during complex microsurgical procedures on sub-millimeter scale. Lees verder

Preceyes receives CE Marking approval for its eye surgery robot

5 jun 2019
Preceyes receives CE Marking approval for its eye surgery robot Preceyes B.V. has received CE marking approval for its PRECEYES Surgical System R1.1 to assist trained surgeons during vitreoretinal surgical tasks in patients requiring vitreoretinal intervention under local or general anesthesia. The use of the robotic assistant is anticipated to not only improve treatment quality to be provided to patients, it also offers the possibility of developing completely new treatments. Lees verder

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