Archive for March 2019

Innovative technology for human joint repair

Innovative technology for human joint repair

A key element of the IKC’s work focuses on supporting research to improve the successful integration of implants in the body. A particular emphasis is on composite tissues – a combination of soft tissue such as tendons and the bone to which it is attached. Underpinning these projects is a novel technique, developed at the […]

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‘Hearing’ hip dysplasia in infants

‘Hearing’ hip dysplasia in infants

An electronic acoustic sensor that can detect hip dysplasia in newborn babies could better equip doctors to identify the condition – and reduce the need for children to have corrective surgery after late diagnosis. Daniel Perry, a consultant surgeon at Liverpool’s Alder Hey Children’s Hospital is leading the project, called SHINE – Screening the Hips […]

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IKC & Regener8 Annual Review 2018

IKC & Regener8 Annual Review 2018

Reporting on activities and achievements from Medical Technologies IKC, featuring more than 20 case studies in six clinical application areas.

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Driving innovation and growth with Nexus

Driving innovation and growth with Nexus

Universities have a key role to play in economic and societal development, and the University of Leeds is making significant investments to support regional growth, innovation and opportunity. With our strong background in commercialisation and our unrelenting focus on collaboration, we have a proven track record of helping the business sector in catalysing growth and […]

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Innovations in soft tissue regenerative medical technology – Tissue Regenix

Find out more about how Tissue Regenix’ patented dCELL Technology is being used in ’21st Century Healthcare’ in this short video.

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Regen Magazine 2017

Regen Magazine 2017

Regen Magazine 2017 reports on activities and achievements of the regenerative devices community.

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Dual matrix scaffold provides better support

Trials of a new tissue engineering scaffold to repair osteochondral defects have shown it enables better regrowth of both bone and cartilage, compared to commercially available scaffolds.

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Improving health and wealth with DePuy Synthes

The National Centre for Universities and Business State of the Relationship Report 2017 highlights the partnership between the University of Leeds and DePuy Synthes – page 66.

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Medical Technologies IKC Annual Review 2016

Medical Technologies IKC Annual Review 2016

This annual review sets out the activities and achievements of the Medical Technologies IKC to 2016. It covers: Sustaining innovation Directly implanted devices Enabling and companion technologies Widening our impact Building the community Annual conference Download Annual Review (Downloads PDF in a new window)

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Safer bone cement nears market

A bone cement formulation for middle ear surgery developed by the University of Sheffield is moving closer to market, thanks to guidance from the Medical Technologies IKC. The original bone cement used in middle ear surgery contained aluminium, which meant that it worked successfully in certain applications, but was neurotoxic in other sites. A re-formulated, […]

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