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SGH and NTU Singapore to develop customized medical devices and implants using 3D printing


Singapore General Hospital (SGH) patients are expected to benefit from healthcare innovations, such as customized medical devices and implants, under a collaboration with Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU Singapore) to set up a Joint Research & Development Laboratory in additive manufacturing (AM), also known as 3D printing.

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The key to enhancing pharmaceutical manufacturing

Medical Plastics News

In the face of a competitive marketplace and evolving regulatory requirements, pharmaceutical producers must enhance their competitiveness. With digital technologies advancing and regulatory bodies emphasizing data-driven operations, forward-thinking businesses are adopting smart Industry 4.0 solutions.

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Can Silicone be Used for Rehabilitation and Physical Therapy Goods?

AZO Materials

Discover how silicone might redefine the realms of rehabilitation, physical therapy, and sports equipment with it's impact absorption properties and the fact that it is lightweight and simple to integrate into textile manufacturing. The article also covers the challenges faced when handling or processing the material.

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Medical nitinol processing: How NiTi is turned into wire, tubes and sheets for medical devices

MedicalDesign & Outsourcing

Medical nitinol processing transforms raw nickel-titanium alloy into wire, coils, tubes and sheets for medical and dental device manufacturers.

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New tools and approaches to fight the pandemic of diabetes and its complications


In Southeast Asia, 90 million adults are living with diabetes – but there’s hope for a better tomorrow for diabetes care with new therapies and a holistic approach to fight diabetes.

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Harnessing The Future Of Digital And Smart Manufacturing Of Medical Devices

Med Device Online

Digital transformation is rapidly evolving throughout the medical, pharmaceutical, and healthcare industries. In the medical device manufacturing segment, digital and smart manufacturing are essential to maximize efficiency, improve productivity, and exceed customer needs and expectations.

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Sustainability Drives the Medical Device Packaging Industry in 2023

Medical Device and Diagnostic Industry (MD+DI)

The medical device packaging industry is coming out of the pandemic’s supply and demand rollercoaster and entering 2023 forecasted for strong, stable growth.

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An introduction to bioplastics in medical applications

Medical Plastics News

From medical blisters to body implants, medical plastics are extensively used in the healthcare sector. They have been considered as potential materials for tools and products used in medicine.

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Local biomedical companies raise record $820m from Jan to Sept this year

Enterprise Innovation

Local biomedical companies have raised a record amount of funding so far, with more than US$600 million (S$820 million) raised from January to September this year, according to the latest figures from Enterprise Singapore (ESG).

Medical 3-D Printing Will ‘Enable a New Kind of Future’

Huffington Post

Advances in 3-D printing and medical technology will soon make it possible to construct human tissue in a lab, implant it in a patient and watch it grow into the body.

Singapore Taking Steps to Meet Healthcare Demands Through the Medical Technology Sector


The output of the medical technology manufacturing sector has more than tripled from $1.5 billion to $5.5 billion since 2000.

Meeting growing Asia–Pacific demand for medical technology


The region’s healthcare needs reflect its size and growth projections, and the Asia–Pacific med-tech market is expected to rise to about $133 billion a year in 2020, from about $88 billion a year in 2015.

NTU scientists invent customisable, fabric-like ‘battery’

Today Online

Scientists at Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU Singapore) have created a customisable, fabric-like power source that can be cut, folded or stretched without losing its function.

How 3D Printing Is Helping Cancer Patients Today


Performing any kind of surgery requires a great deal of precision. Now, surgeons can use an exact 3D model of the patient’s organs to practice a procedure and hone their skills before performing it on the patient.

Delivering Solutions for the Future of Medtech

Media Release

As a specialist exhibition on manufacturing processes for medical technology, the 4th edition of MEDICAL MANUFACTURING ASIA will focus on new manufacturing technology and automation which play vital roles in driving innovation and operations.

New $18m 3D-printing centre focusing on healthcare applications launched

The Straits Times

The initial funding of $18 million came from NUS, the National Additive Manufacturing Innovation Cluster and the Singapore Economic Development Board.

Nanotechnology in healthcare

Nano Werk

Nanotechnology is becoming a crucial driving force behind innovation in medicine and healthcare, with a range of advances including nanoscale therapeutics, biosensors, implantable devices, drug delivery systems, and imaging technologies.