microbridge

microbridge

[′mī·krō‚brij]
(cryogenics)
A Josephson junction formed by configuration of thin superconducting films.
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Nadeem Rizvi of Laser Micromachining Ltd (LML), Steve Conlan from the Centre of NanoHealth, Swansea, and Robert Hoyle from Cardiff-based MicroBridge make up the XGEN consortium.
CHICAGO, June 8 /PRNewswire/ -- Sensors Expo & Conference - Microbridge Technologies, Inc.
Three Welsh companies, Laser Micromachining, MicroBridge Services and MetaFAB - all part of the XGEN consortium - will be at the event.
MicroBridge Services, based at Cardiff University, south Wales, is pioneering work in which tiny implants would be able to effectively channel brain-waves to prosthetic limbs.
Despite the restrictive effect of the Svenska [16] public interest standard doctrine in their decision making, in general, the FMC tended to promote intermodalism by allowing the conference minibridge and microbridge [17] tariffs to take the place of such tariffs filed by individual members of such conferences.
Leveraging on the Success of Its Rejustor Technology, Microbridge Secures Funding to Build out Product Line and Expand into New Markets
One example is MicroBridge Services which is currently on course to tackle one of the major challenges facing the medical industry today - control over artificial limbs in severely disabled spinal injury patients or loss-of-limb patients via direct readings of the brain.
Three of the UK's foremost centres focussing on the use of this new technology in manufacturing are based in Wales - the UK Laser Micromachining Centre at Bangor University, MicroBridge based at Cardiff's MEC and metalFAB at Cardiff University.
MicroBridge Services, based at Cardiff University, is a leader in micro-engineering design and manufacture and thought to be the only firm in the world capable of creating the implants.
In 1996, he became CFO of Kaydara, a leading real-time 3D animation software company where he spent 8 years before joining Microbridge, a manufacturer of electronic calibration products, principally for consumer market applications, as well as the automotive and medical industries.
A project involving Cardiff University and MicroBridge will receive a grant of pounds 2.
He will provide us with operational expertise to scale the delivery of products in cost-competitive markets that will support our aggressive growth and market expansion plans," said Michael Foster, President and CEO, Microbridge.