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Medical device regulation as an anchor point for high-quality product development

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Classification of a simulator

The absence of patient contact does not really make things easier

Surgeons with 3D glasses

Anyone wheeled into the operating room relies on the experience, skill and utmost concentration of surgeons. High-tech medical technology aims to support this skill. For example, through patient-specific 3D models and sophisticated computer simulations, including 3D printing.

Superbrain in Wels

On September 19, the Welios Science Center Wels invited visitors to the opening of its new special exhibition "Superbrain". The perfect occasion to take an interested look at innovations in neurosurgery.

Photographic look behind the scenes

Putting research in Upper Austria on stage in a creative and vivid way. This is the goal of the Photo Challenge 2019, initiated by Upper Austrian Research in cooperation with the Federation of Austrian Industries and the renowned Prague Photo School.

Medusa on KroneFIT 2020

"Get healthy. Stay healthy. Live healthy." - The trade fair "KroneFIT" will highlight all aspects of our health on January 31st and February 1st, 2020. We take the opportunity to present the Medusa flagship project to a wider audience.

Project Medusa at the "RLS-Virtual Symposium on COVID-19".

Virtual round table of the Upper Austrian Regional Government on RLS sciences and COVID-19.

Positive Interim Evaluation of the MEDUSA Medical Lead Project

The 13 consortium partners were successfully convinced with the presentation of the project progress.

"Stheno v1.0" successfully completed

After about two years, the time has come: The consortium of the research project "Medical EDUcation in Surgical Aneurysm clipping (MEDUSA)" has successfully completed the first prototype "Stheno v1.0".

Neurosurgery experts provide ideas for perfect MEDUSA design

In the past months, so-called expert interviews have taken place between the usability team of the lead project "MEDUSA" and neurosurgeons of the Kepler University Hospital and the Neuromed Campus.

MEDUSA following in the footsteps of big tech companies in Linz's Silicon Valley

Following in the footsteps of big tech companies like Microsoft, Amazon, Google and Apple, who can dedicate their success to a garage among other things, the MEDUSA garage has now been initialised in "Linz's Silicon Valley".