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Biocomposites announces year of record sales and company growth

Biocomposites were the winner of two Queen’s Awards for Enterprise in Innovation and International Trade and saw their highest year-on-year sales growth in the company’s 25-year history Biocomposites, a medical devices


Some of the ‘new’ sports linked to highest athlete injury rates at 2020 Tokyo Olympics

BMX freestyle, karate, and skateboarding competitors among those at highest risk, but overall injury rate across all sports/disciplines comparable with previous Olympic Games Several new sports and disciplines introduced at


NHS funds first osseointegration surgery at St George Hospital

The first National Health Service (NHS) funded osseointegration surgery, using a revolutionary Osseointegration Prosthetic Limb (OPL) implant, was performed at St George Hospital in late November. The surgery involves inserting


Royal Orthopaedic Hospital named most inclusive NHS employer for second year in a row

Birmingham’s Royal Orthopaedic Hospital has been named the most inclusive NHS employer for the second year in a row, taking 7th place in the Top 50 list at the Inclusive


Researchers find that different stem cells are responsible for the repair of different kinds of bone injuries

New research from Children’s Medical Center Research Institute at UT Southwestern (CRI) found that different skeletal stem cell (SSC) populations contribute to repair of different kinds of bone injuries. In the study, published


Bournemouth University’s Orthopaedic Research Institute leading research to cure hip pain with exercise

Bournemouth University’s Orthopaedic Research Institute (ORI) welcomed the Mayor of Bournemouth, Robert Lawton to its research facilities. The Mayor was hosted by Professor Rob Middleton and Professor Tom Wainwright on


Researchers studied whether machine learning can predict knee injuries

A study conducted at the University of Jyväskylä Faculty of Information Technology’s Digital Health Intelligence Laboratory used machine learning to predict anterior cruciate ligament injuries. The largest data set collected


New purpose-built discharge lounge opens at Wrightington Hospital

A brand new, purpose-built discharge lounge has been officially opened at Wrightington Hospital. Investment was awarded to develop the discharge lounge from the Greater Manchester system as part of the


Surgeon in Focus with Serena Hu

Serena S. Hu is Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery at the Stanford University Medical Center in Stanford, CA. Dr Hu’s research interests include prediction and prevention of metastatic fractures of the


Orthopaedic X-ray Interpretation Course; online event

This X-ray interpretation course will provide attendees with an understanding of the normal and pathological appearance in orthopaedic radiology. Delegates will leave the course with the knowledge to describe key radiographic