Millstone Medical appoints new CEO

Millstone Medical (Fall River, Mass.) announced that it has appointed Karl Neuberger as CEO, effective immediately. Neuberger began his career at Millstone as VP of operations at Millstone’s Olive Branch, Miss. loaner kit and distribution center and more recently served as chief operating officer for the company. Prior to his arrival at Millstone, Neuberger held

How squid ink could make going to the dentist painless

Squid ink could be used as a new imaging method at the dentist to check for gum disease, according to new research from the University of California at San Diego. Combining squid ink with light and ultrasound, engineers at UCSD have created a new dental imaging method that can painlessly and non-invasively examine a patient’s

Toxikon showcasing preclinical testing services at DeviceTalks Boston

Toxikon is a preclinical Contract Research Organization (CRO) located in an FDA registered and ISO 17025 accredited laboratory facility in Bedford, Mass., and a second European lab operation in Leuven, Belgium. The company contracts and partners with biotech, pharmaceutical and medical device industries to deliver product development services from concept to final product. Its professional

This smart mat can predict the onset of foot ulcers

A Massachusetts Institute of Technology hackathon participant developed a smart mat that helps detect early warning signs of foot ulcers. Jon Bloom, co-founder of startup company Podimetrics, developed a mat that can detect foot ulcers before they happen and reduce the number of amputations occurring. Bloom completed his residency in anesthesiology at Massachusetts General Hospital in

Jordi Labs touting testing services at DeviceTalks Boston

Jordi Labs provides contract analytical services with a special emphasis on chemical identification and liquid chromatography products.  Customers in nearly all industries are benefit from its columns and packing media products worldwide. Featured services: E&L studies, particulates and residue analysis, polymer analysis Extractables and leachables studies: Performing an Extractables and leachables (E&L) study is an important part of verifying

TransMed7 and Peridot forge medical device development partnership

TransMed7 announced that it has entered a strategic partnership with Peridot Corp. went into effect on Aug. 21. The two privately-held companies design and develop medical device technologies and offer end-to-end precision manufacturing and clean room assembly services. “This new strategic partnership with Peridot enables TransMed7 to launch new products such as our Concorde and

6 exhibitors to look forward to at DeviceTalks Boston

DeviceTalks Boston is an annual event that allows some of the best minds in medtech to exchange ideas, insights and technologies. Medical Design & Outsourcing’s parent company WTWH Media holds DeviceTalks annually in Boston, Orange County, Calif., and the Twin Cities in Minnesota. It is hosted by MassDevice, and attendees can plan to enjoy networking with people

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Minnesota Rubber and Plastics touting elastomers at MD&M Minneapolis

Minnesota Rubber and Plastics announced that it will be showcasing its Quniton materials and Qmonix elastomer at MD&M Minneapolis on Nov. 8–9. The Quniton materials are designed for medical developers who need high-performance lubricious materials with permanent, low coefficient of friction surface properties. It minimizes friction, wear and abrasion in medical valves, plungers, caps and

Carlisle Interconnect Technologies launches new website

Carlisle Interconnect Technologies (St. Augustine, Fla.) announced that it has launched a new website that offers intuitive user-experience. The new site offers enhanced navigation and search functionality and an easier way of doing business highlighting product features and customer benefits. It also allows visitors to have an interactive experience and better understanding of what CarlisleIT

Dulas solar-powered refrigerators save vaccines in Myanmar

Dulas, a British solar refrigeration manufacturer, has completed a training program in Myanmar for Ministry of Health technicians as part of its supply package of its World Health Organization accredited VC200 Solar Direct Drive (SDD) vaccine refrigerators. The program was designed to help healthcare workers learn about the technology of the refrigerators to make sure

DispatchHealth places first in InnovationX competition

DispatchHealth has announced that it has won the third annual InnovationX competition that is run by Adventist Health System. The company showcased its in-home care delivery platform and triage system that provides right-sized care and tackles the needs of the consumer and challenges of at-risk patients. “With so many amazing companies represented, we are honored

Graham Engineering announces new process engineer

Graham Engineering has announced that it has appointed Brad Lovelace as its new process engineer. Lovelace will be a part of the process technology team at the company and will be responsible for technical and customer support like product development, product and system testing. “Brad brings a demonstrated track record of medical extrusion operations and

Resilience Capital Partners creates Innovatus Imaging

Private equity firm Resilience Capital Partners recently announced that one of its funds has acquired three medical device service and manufacturing units, allowing the firm to establish a presence in the healthcare industry. The financial details of the deals were not disclosed. The firm acquired the Multi Vendor Service (MVS) unit of Bayer’s radiology business, Wetsco,

Victrex announces new CEO

Victrex announced that it has appointed Jakob Sigurdsson as CEO-designate; he will gain the full title of CEO on Oct. 1. He is preceded by Dave Hummel who is retiring after 24 years as CEO. Victrex makes high-performance polyaryletherketone (PAEK) as well as selected parts for gears and dental discs. It hopes to execute growth

Is this the key to rapidly manufacturing heart valves?

Nanofiber fabrication may be the key to rapidly manufacturing heart valves with regenerative and growth potential, according to new research from Harvard University’s Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering. A research team led by Kevin Kit Parker created a valve-shaped nanofiber network that replicates the mechanical and chemical properties of the native valve extracellular matrix (ECM).