Medical

Let the patient decide: an autoinjector with patient-settable injection time

24th September 2018

Autoinjectors have to inject the drug within a reasonable range of time. The minimum injection time is set by potential…

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Nanopatterning for medical applications

6th September 2018

Nanotechnology appears in popular culture as a cure for everything from cancer to balding. In science nanotechnology is an umbrella…

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What does ‘rapid’ really mean?

30th July 2018

One of the real strengths of working with a consultancy is the ability to increase the size of your team,…

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Connected drug delivery

16th July 2018

The need for connected drug delivery devices Most people would agree that drug delivery devices have improved in recent years,…

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An introduction to needlestick protection and safety syringes

13th June 2018

The need Needlestick injuries are second only to back injuries as a cause of injury to healthcare workers (HCW), with…

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The latest developments in Connected Drug Delivery Devices

6th June 2018

Springboard’s Tom Oakley summarises Connected Drug Delivery Devices in the introduction to the latest OnDrugDelivery magazine issue. For more information,…

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Consultancy or manufacturer?

12th December 2017

Let us suppose you need a new product developed.  You have 3 choices: Develop the product entirely in-house. Contract a…

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International clientèle fuels Springboard growth

4th December 2017

A new article in the popular Business Weekly magazine explains how demand for Springboard’s device development expertise from multinational clients…

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How to find the best contract R&D partners

16th November 2017

“Most of us understand that innovation is enormously important.  It’s the only insurance against irrelevance” Gary Hamel “Innovation requires the…

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