Microwaves were first said to exist by a Scottish mathematical physicist, James Clerk Maxwell, in 1864 and were first shown to exist in 1888 by German physicist Heinrich Hertz. They have since been used in a number of applications, through various methods. Continue reading
Emblation has recently published a new international patent related to reuse mitigation.
This patent relates to determining the status of a component in a medical device, when the medical device has at least one component which can be fused or melted, to indicate whether or not the component has been used. To view patent WO/2013/164597, visit WIPO via this link.
Our CEO Gary Beale gave a presentation at MEDICA 2013 in Düsseldorf – at the ABHI UK Pavilion support stand – about microwave technology and Emblation’s product development capabilities.
In his presentation, Gary explained the benefits of using microwave technology and its potential applications, as well as how Emblation can help you when looking to develop a microwave product – be it scientific, industrial or medical.