Beginning a healthy new era?

Lee, Andrew
March 2005
Engineer (00137758);3/11/2005, Vol. 293 Issue 7670, p5
Reveals that the British government has finally awaken to the potential of Great Britain's medical engineering sector. Health officials' collaboration with the industry in a bid to speed up the introduction of new technologies to the National Health Service (NHS), and give companies engaging in research and development in the sector a better idea of where the commercial opportunities lie; Key role of the NHS in the development of medical technology .


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