Automation in Medicine and Biotechnology

We develop automation solutions and innovations for medicine and biotechnology with clinical and industrial partners!

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Automation in Medicine and Biotechnology

We develop automation solutions and innovations for medicine and biotechnology with clinical and industrial partners!

more info

Automation in Medicine and Biotechnology

We develop automation solutions and innovations for medicine and biotechnology with clinical and industrial partners!

more info

Automation in Medicine and Biotechnology

We develop automation solutions and innovations for medicine and biotechnology with clinical and industrial partners!

more info

Automation in Medicine and Biotechnology

We develop automation solutions and innovations for medicine and biotechnology with clinical and industrial partners!

more info

Automation in Medicine and Biotechnology

We develop automation solutions and innovations for medicine and biotechnology with clinical and industrial partners!

more info

Project group for Automation in Medicine and Biotechnology PAMB, Mannheim

 

The Project Group for Automation in Medicine and Biotechnology (PAMB) of Fraunhofer at the Medical Faculty Mannheim, University Heidelberg, was set up by the state of Baden-Württemberg and Fraunhofer to develop new ideas for automation in medicine and biotechnology. It is the first known research establishment with such a focus. The project group is located at CUBEX41 at the heart of the University Hospital in Mannheim.

This environment enables the access to and cooperation with all medical and biotechnological facilities in the Rhine-Neckar metropolitan area which is ranked among the largest in Germany and Europe. Thanks to the close, multi-disciplinary cooperation within the project group as well as with the partners in the metropolitan area, a complete spectrum of services is offered – from idea to clinical evaluation.

 

News

 

Press Realease / 27.10.2016

Robots help position interventional needles

Finding the ideal position for interventional needles – as used in biopsies, for
instance – is a difficult and time-consuming process.This can now be performed automatically, using a robotic arm to place a
needle guide for the doctor at the optimal insertion point. With robotic assistance, doctors need five minutes to position the needle, as opposed to 30 minutes with conventional techniques.The solution will be shown at the MEDICA trade fair in Düsseldorf from November 14 to 17, 2016 (Hall 10, Booth G05).

 

Press Releases

Our press releases inform you about current projects and developments at the Project Group for Automation in Medicine and Biotechnology.

 

Trade Fairs & Events

Meet us at one of our fairs or events. There, you will have the chance to talk to our experts and to learn more about our research projects.

 

Holographic Software in Science

Interactive holograms are essential in our futures every day life. This work shows how holographic interfaces and software might look in several science institutions and biological laboratories. The video was produced as part of the Bachelor Thesis by Eva Cegrinec in the field of Motion Graphics at Mannheim University of Applied Science in cooperation with Fraunhofer Project group for Automation in Medicine and Biotechnology PAMB.

We develop automation solutions and innovations for medicine and biotechnology with clinical and industrial partners!

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