Translate opportunities will be advertised through the Grow MedTech website from February 2019, and this website will not be kept up to date.
A summer project in University of Bradford proposes the use of low-cost wearable RFID sensors embedded in regular clothing items to accurately track the positioning of a person and monitor patients in a confined space.
A Summer project which focuses on the application of Wireless Power Transfer to robotic surgical tools and capsule robotics.
The number of women affected by breast cancer has risen by 12 % in last decade, but research has demonstrated how early detection helps cure the disease before it can cause serious harm. Our project is focused on developing a prototype for early breast cancer detection using microwaves.
User interface for a voice therapy biofeedback device for clients with Parkinson’s disease Name: Mark Rochman Current Organisation: Leeds Beckett University In May, Translate opened its summer student project scheme to support small medical technology development projects in the Leeds City Region. The scheme proved to be a massive success and 26 unique projects were funded. […]
In this project, I will be observing the activities held at a rehabilitation centre and discuss with members of staff and patients the potential use of virtual reality.