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High performance medical terminals from Advantech
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The high performance 22" point of care terminal from Advantech is ideal for intense medical applications, and comes with fanless design for infection control in a hospital env
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Recyclers of computers, IT, electronics, End of life consumer products and reclamation/buyer of precious metals. Secure electronic data destruction service. Bulk discounts apply to Government and business.
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Benbro is an electronic equipment design and manufacturing facility. We design and manufacture Power Supplies, DC-DC converters and Battery Back Up Units for transport communications applications including rail, emergency services, marine and aviation ...
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Health Physics Pty Ltd is a provider of medical radiation shielding design and consultancy services. Capabilities include medical physics and radiation safety consultancy, radiation shielding design for NM, SPECT/CT, PET/CT and radiography practices ...
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06/04/15 - RESEARCHERS from the University of Wollongong have received funding to help develop a new sensor technology to detect radiation.
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09/02/15 - RESEARCHERS and staff at the Hunter Medical Research Institute in Newcastle will test a new microwave-imaging headpiece for diagnosing strokes.
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​MEDICAL sterilisation device developer Nanosonics will be moving into the former global HQ of Cochlear.
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