Adapter for inserting a dental implant

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Today, most dental implants are inserted with an adapter that is directly screwed to the implant. After insertion, the fixing screw has to be carefully unlocked inside the oral cavity to remove the adapter from the implant. This...

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Method and arrangement for identification and correction of optical aberrations

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Optical microscopy is an indispensable tool for biomedical research. Yet, the same structures that make biological samples interesting to study under a microscope (such as cells, vasculature and subcellular organelles) scatter light and...

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Foundation launches £30m award

The British Heart Foundation (BHF) will tender £30m (€33.2m) to tackle the suffering and devastation caused by heart and circulatory diseases

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Discovering the Berlin Digital Health ecosystem!

Start Alliance Berlin: Digital Health is a two-week program taking place in November 2018 which is intended to help startups from BEIJING, DUBAI, NEW YORK, LONDON, PARIS, SHANGHAI, TEL AVIV, VIENNA and WARSAW to expand their business to Germany via...

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Assessing the likelihood that an ischemia in brain results in an infarction

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The most commonly used approach for identifying areas of hypoperfusion on perfusion magnetic resonance images is visualization and manual delineation by the clinician. This approach is both subjective and time-consuming, thus unsuitable...

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Artificial Tooth

In case of a tooth loss, there are several techniques available for the artificial replacing of the tooth. However, most of these tooth replacement techniques require a severe surgical intervention. Moreover, most of these artificial implants do...

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World Health Summit Startup Track

At the World Health Summit, around 2,000 stakeholders and decision-makers from 100 countries and every field in the healthcare spectrum will work together to find solutions for global health challenges. As the world’s foremost strategic forum for...

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2nd INNOLABS Open Call

Apply from May 30th until September 17th 2018

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Early Warning for Epidemics - The challenge to solve

The challenge is to develop a scalable, reliable, and cost-effective early-warning system prototype to forecast and monitor vector-borne diseases in order to contribute to the prevention of outbreaks, mitigating their impact on local, regional and...

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