Industrial robots, cryobioprinting, quantum photonics

Dublin, April 20, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The “Growth Opportunities in Industrial Robots, Cryobioprinting, Photonic Quantum Computing, and Digital Therapeutics” report has been added to from offer.

This edition of the Inside R&D TOE presents the development of artificial muscles for microbots using new techniques that can be used in various applications in the healthcare and military sectors. The TOE covers innovations based on the cryobioprinting of human tissue through the additive manufacturing essential during clinical trials and organ transplant surgeries. The other focus of TOE is the use of precise mind-controlled prostheses for effective muscle motor control for amputees.

The TOE further provides information on the use of highly efficient membranes for various chemical separations. The TOE also provides the latest innovations in the use of industrial robots to improve production efficiency, the development of simplified photonic quantum computing to improve efficiency, the use of advanced immunotherapy for the treatment of cancer and the use of digital therapeutic solutions to reduce anxiety and pain. of the patient during surgery.

Inside R&D Technology Opportunity Engine covers global innovations in virtually every technology area. The publisher provides news and insights on innovations covering a wide variety of industry fields including automation, electronics, sensors, information and communication technology, manufacturing, healthcare, wellness, medical devices, pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, materials, coatings, renewable fuels, automotive, power systems, sustainable energy solutions and innovations that contribute to a cleaner and healthier environment. green

Main topics covered:

1. Growth opportunities in industrial robots, cryobioprinting, photonic quantum computing and digital therapeutics

  • Innovations in industrial robots, cryobioprinting and digital therapeutics
  • New technique to make high-performance microbots
  • MIT’s value proposition for making microbots
  • MIT Microbot – Investor Dashboard
  • Leveraging 3D printing for cryobioprinting
  • Harvard’s value proposition for making microbots
  • Harvard University Cryobioprinting – Investor Dashboard
  • 3D printing based on a helical nano-magnet for the development of smart materials
  • University of Cambridge value proposition for manufacturing helical nanomagnets
  • Helical Nanomagnets – Investor Dashboard
  • Industrial robots able to read the minds of their colleagues
  • China Three Gorges University Value Proposition
  • China Three Gorges University – Investor Dashboard
  • Ultra-precise mind-controlled prosthesis
  • Technique for providing individual finger control of prosthetic devices using nerves in a patient’s residual limb
  • Highly efficient membrane for various chemical separations
  • Membrane Separation Value Proposition
  • Osmoses – Investor Dashboard
  • Sustainable carbon fiber and recycling technology for composite materials
  • Differently, the moldable nanocomposite biogenic sensor effectively tracks hand movements
  • Simplifying Photonic Quantum Computing to Improve Efficiency
  • Stanford University’s value proposition puts an atom to multiple tasks
  • Stanford University – Investor Dashboard
  • Advancing off-the-shelf cancer immunotherapy
  • UCLA Value Proposition High Volume Immune Cell Production
  • UCLA – Investor Dashboard
  • Cost-effective separation of rare earth elements
  • ORNL’s Value Proposition Creates More Efficient Extractants
  • ORNL – Investor Dashboard
  • 3D printed shoes fight bird fever
  • Nus’ value proposition provides a personalized remedy for pododermatitis
  • Nudes – Investor Dashboard
  • Digital therapy solution reduces patient anxiety
  • Hypnovr’s value proposition offers personalized stress relief for patients
  • Hypnovr – Investor Dashboard
  • Improved pathological skin profiling
  • Genoskin’s value proposition increases analytical throughput
  • Genoskin – Investor Dashboard

2. Key contacts

Companies cited

  • China Three Gorges University
  • Genoskin
  • Harvard
  • Helical nanomagnets
  • MIT
  • UNS
  • ORNL
  • Osmosis
  • Stanford University
  • UCLA

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