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The last three issues of our Technology Update e-newsletter are linked below. Previous editions are available on request.

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Technology Update, December 2019

3rd December 2019

In this edition, we highlight a new class of glass material with highly tuneable refractive properties, a method for generating 3D coronary arterial trees from retrospective angiographic projections, and a reliable and accurate...

Technology Update, August 2019

30th August 2019

Featuring a wide range of technologies, including a prenatal testing technique for the diagnosis of sickle-cell disease in the foetus, an effective way to convert waste plastic into hydrocarbon fuels, next generation display t...

Technology Update, April 2019

16th April 2019

Technology highlights include a drug to treat chronic lymphocytic leukaemia in patients with a specific genetic mutation, a sensor which is compatible with both MRI and CT imaging, and improved receiver sensitivity for wireless c...

Technology Update, February 2019

22nd February 2019

In this edition, we highlight an innovative pixel design technique to maximise fill factor whilst retaining high sensitivity, a vaccine capable of inducing effective and cross-strain immunity to HIV, and an in vitro and...

Technology Update, November 2018

19th November 2018

Highlights include a safety device to detect biological material within the wireless power transfer magnetic field, advanced software capable of analysing biomedical imaging data, and improved biomarkers to diagnose acute myeloid ...

Technology Update, July 2018

11th July 2018

Featuring a wide range of technologies, including a biomarker to predict rheumatoid arthritis, an online rare UK diseases study platform, and a mobile catalyst system that can convert waste gases into a sustainable energy source...

Technology Update, April 2018

12th April 2018

Highlights include the development of a new influenza vaccine, high-speed quantum memory storage and retrieval, advanced printing methodology, and software that enables automated, simultaneous cluster analysis of multiple gene ex...


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