Technical Articles

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Invetech


Invetech has published these technical articles:

(Contract Manufacturing and Fabrication)
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Whether it's building the better mouse trap or developing the better mouse - let alone improving the way the world operates - the concept of the lone operator has largely moved into the mists of... (View Full Article)
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Most IVD companies have recognized developing countries such as India and China as growth markets. The challenge for IVD manufacturers is to ensure that their product portfolios are adequately... (View Full Article)
(Engineering and Technical Services)
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Over its 30-year history, Australia-based Invetech has helped bring thousands of products from the idea stage to market, turning the ideas of researchers and inventors into salable products.... (View Full Article)
(Engineering and Technical Services)
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What made the ubiquitous iPod such a success? It wasn't the first MP3 player on the market; it had less storage capacity, fewer features, and cost more than many of its competitors. On paper, when... (View Full Article)
(Contract Manufacturing and Fabrication)
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Disposable devices for pharmaceutical manufacturing and point of care (POC) diagnostic products can offer lower costs but planning is needed to deliver that objective. Ian Fitzpatrick, manager of... (View Full Article)
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The great hope of transplant surgeons is that they will, one day, be able to order replacement body parts on demand. At the moment, a patient may wait months, sometimes years, for an organ from a... (View Full Article)
(Engineering and Technical Services)
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It was hardly a clash of the Titans, more like a battle between a bunch of battered, rabid kitchen appliances. But the Robot Sumo competition held today at the Mount Waverly offices of engineering R&D... (View Full Article)
(Medical)
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The IVD industry faces many challenges from growing public health issues in the developed world and epidemics in developing nations through to growing regulatory demands for swift and flexible... (View Full Article)
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Theranostics - a term formed by the combination of therapeutics and diagnostics - is used to describe the process of diagnostic therapy for individual patients; that is, testing patients to... (View Full Article)