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Date: 28 Apr 2015 to 29 Apr 2015
Venue: Suntec Convention Centre & Expo - Singapore
A fibre optic probe inserted inside the body to capture the molecular fingerprint of tissue is being commercially developed by Cambridge Consultants and client – Singapore startup Endofotonics – to help doctors make real-time diagnoses of stomach and bowel cancer. Read more at Business Weekly, Cambridge News, Med-Tech Innovation and Cambridge Network.
Individuals who are squeamish about injections or are looking for a way to let collagen penetrate deeper into the skin may soon have a solution that is faster, more effective and painless. The key lies in a small adhesive patch topped with minuscule needles that is pioneered by researchers from the National University of Singapore (NUS). The [...]