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Medical technology

The latest articles, press releases and dossiers on medical technology in Baden-Württemberg

  • Article - 26/01/2008

    All movements - each grip and step - have their origin in the brain. Carsten Mehring and his group at the Bernstein Centre for Computational Neuroscience and the Institute for Biology I at the University of Freiburg plan to use brain signals for the control of prostheses or for the operation of computers.

  • Article - 19/01/2008

    Sales revenues of the Carl Zeiss Group rose by seven per cent to 2604 million. The growth posted for EbIT Earnings before Interest and Taxes increased by 26 per cent to 394 million. Zeiss AG is thus continuing the series of successes that has lasted for four years.

  • Article - 14/01/2008

    Tetec AG a leader in regenerative medicine is building a new facility in ReutlingenKusterdingen in which Aesculap AG is the only investor. This construction represents a major progress for the Medical technology and health TuttlingenNeckar-Alb top cluster.

  • Press release - 14/01/2008

    New degree courses look set to complement Baden-Württembergs higher education landscape. The Council of Ministers took the decision to establish a Furtwangen University of Applied Sciences department in Tuttlingen.

  • Article - 07/01/2008

    Prof. Dr. Thomas Hirth took over the management of the Fraunhofer Institute for Interfacial Engineering and Biotechnology IGB in Stuttgart. In 1992 he became a scientist at the Fraunhofer Institute for Chemical Technology ICT in Karlsruhe.

  • Article - 06/01/2008

    Only a few researchers combine different disciplines as effectively and with as much flair as Professor Dr.-Ing. Heinrich Planck director of the ITV Denkendorf. He combines mechanical textile and medical engineering both on the scientific and economic level at the same time as being a dedicated networker.

  • Article - 06/01/2008

    The server-based Hospital Connector developed by InterComponentWare AG ICW has now been certified by the German company responsible for the operation and application of the national Electronic Health Card in the official health card test regions.

  • Press release - 06/01/2008

    The method is elegant and cardiologists love it heart catheter examination. The number of catheter examinations carried out has continuously increased over the last few years. In 2005 in Germany an impressive number of 772000 heart catheter examinations were carried out.

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