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Taking place on 29th November 2011 in Cambridge.

Medelec is the only technical event in the UK which focuses specifically on the increasingly important role that electronics components and embedded systems is playing in the design, development and manufacture of medical devices.

The UK is a global centre of excellence in research and innovation, and this one day conference and exhibition is being organised for electronics engineers and technical managers working in the clinical and healthcare sectors to learn about the very latest advances in medical electronics through the technical seminar programme and workshops, view demonstrations of innovative software and hardware technologies, and network with peers.
Intel, Analog Devices and Renesas Electronics are among the companies lining up to give presentations at the event.

To register for the event click here.


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