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Research networks

The aim of the network is to fulfill precisely the criteria of patient-oriented neurosurgical research and development - on the basis of the alliance of clinical, entrepreneurial partners and research institutions described below. The establishment of such a network is therefore a logical consequence of the possibilities offered by the ever-increasing networking of microelectronics and sensor technology on the one hand and the need for neurological restoration of deficits on the other. The currently rapidly growing development in the field of 3D printing technology as a prerequisite for patient-specific care represents an interesting facet of the latest treatment and therapy strategies. In addition, new diagnostic procedures are being pursued which should make it possible to assess the condition of the brain.

Specifically, the following sub-aspects will be considered and processed in the network to be established, whose technological concepts offer unique selling points in many respects:

  • Patient-specific neurosurgical therapy
  • Use of 3D speed printing technology and 3D printing of highly conductive plastics such as PEKK and PEEK for patient-specific implants and devices
  • Development of high-precision robotic systems for tumor therapy
  • Development of intelligent neurosurgical instruments
  • Ultrasound diagnostics for analyzing the condition of the brain
  • Development of systems for the use of augmented reality in the operating theater for gentle and precise brain surgery
  • Use of so-called "high-tech textiles" to support patients' daily movements and use in rehabilitation

The cooperation network's mission statement encompasses many years of neurosurgical experience as well as experience in the respective technological disciplines required for implementation. User-driven development, based on experience in individual patient treatment, plays a key role here.

biosaxony is the Saxon association for biotechnology, medical technology and the healthcare industry. Its members include companies, scientific institutions as well as stakeholders and suppliers in the industry. The network is supplemented by representatives from the user side, such as clinics and health insurance companies. The network pools the strengths of all member companies and represents their interests in politics and in public.
The cluster's tasks include initiating projects between industry and science, providing services and know-how and presenting regional expertise in order to support the value-adding expansion of these cross-sectional technologies and strengthen the economic region of Saxony. In addition, the promotion of young innovative companies is one of the network's main concerns.
The development of new ideas and the expansion of sustainable technology transfer, for example as part of the annual partnering conference bionection, are further focal points of the cluster's work. Offices in Leipzig and Dresden strengthen the work on site.

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Cybersteel Inc.
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