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Controlled Release Technology is a technique for encapsulating active ingredients and, upon meeting certain environmental stimuli, releasing them into the environment. Additionally, this is done at pre-designed intervals and time periods and without the use of machinery or equipment. The entire process relies entirely on principles of materials science. While this technology is widespread in the pharmaceutical arena, Hydroemission has adapted it to meet unique requirements in the environmental ...

Booth A02 - Hydroemission Corporation Pte Ltd

Blood clotting is perennially associated with hemolysis and platelet activation in medical devices (such as the centrifugal and axial blood pumps) due to fast moving parts or high flow velocities. Fast moving parts or high flow velocity impart a large shear stress on blood, distorting and damaging blood cells and activating platelets. Hemolysis can lead to systemic inflammation and organ failure, breakaway clot pieces can cause thromboembolism and tissue damage, and clot formation on devices can...

Booth C11 - NUS ILO

This technology is related to development of filament for Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) 3D printing. This filament has high metal content, such as Aluminum (Al), Copper (Cu), Iron (Fe), or Carbon nanotube (CNTs), can be used to fabricate many materials. Advantage of this technology is these filaments can be printed by regular FDM 3D printer. No expensive investment on the 3D printer required. This technology allows user to fabricate various functional materials from FDM printing. Example, ...


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