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  • Ground breaking Raman work presented at conference

    Presenting ground breaking Raman work at the Cancer Research UK Brain Tumour Conference Renishaw has collaborated with scientists at Oxford Radcliffe Hospital to investigate the capability of Raman spectroscopy to classify gliomas, in terms of their genetic subtypes, using different pathological preparations. This work was presented at the recent Cancer Research UK Brain Tumour Conference, 2018 held in London from 1-3 May 2018.

  • Renishaw inspires budding engineers with hands-on learning

    Renishaw inspires budding engineers with hands on learning To enthuse and motivate pupils in their science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) learning, global engineering company Renishaw has run a series of workshops for year six pupils at Llwynypia School in Tonypandy, South Wales. The company also involved parents and offered dedicated training to teaching staff to develop knowledge and confidence in teaching 3D printing technology.

  • Renishaw showcases neuro-oncology solutions at ISPNO

    Drug_delivery Renishaw, a global engineering company with expertise in healthcare, is exhibiting at the International Symposium on Paediatric Neuro-Oncology (ISPNO) 2018. From June 30th to July 3rd at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Denver, Colorado, USA the company will showcase its neurological products which improve accuracy and reduce procedure time in neurosurgery.

  • Renishaw exhibits at Canadian Neurological Sciences Federation Congress

    neuromate: SEEG From June 24th to June 27th, 2018, global engineering technologies company Renishaw will attend the Canadian Neurological Sciences Federation’s annual congress. The event, held at the Halifax Convention Centre, Nova Scotia, provides multidisciplinary courses relevant to all neuroscience specialities. On booth 304, Renishaw will showcase its neuromate® stereotactic robot and neuroinspire™ its surgical planning software.

  • Raman spectroscopy spots environmental microplastics

    inVia Raman microscope at the Danish Technological Institute Plastics are used extensively in products and packaging. Unfortunately, these make their way into the environment and cause significant pollution, not only as bulk material but also as microplastics: small, hard-to-spot, particles. A Danish research institute is using a Raman spectroscopy system, from Renishaw, to help its clients understand and reduce the amount of microplastics in the environment.

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