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  • Design and Evaluation of a Novel Hybrid Soft Surgical Gripper for Safe Digital Nerve Manipulation. [Journal Article]
    Micromachines (Basel) 2019; 10(3)Guo J, Low JH, … Yeow CH
  • Forceps are essential tools for digital nerve manipulation during digital nerve repair surgery. However, surgeons have to operate forceps with extreme caution to prevent detrimental post-operative complications caused by over-gripping force. Their intrinsically safe characteristics have led to the increasing adoption of soft robotics in various biomedical applications. In this paper, a miniaturiz…
  • Bili-Uéré: A Chimpanzee Behavioural Realm in Northern Democratic Republic of Congo. [Journal Article]
    Folia Primatol (Basel) 2019; 90(1):3-64Hicks TC, Kühl HS, … Roessingh P
  • To improve our understanding of the evolutionary origins of culture and technology in humans, it is vital that we document the full extent of behavioural diversity in our great ape relatives. About half of the world's remaining chimpanzees (Pan spp.) live in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), yet until now we have known almost nothing about their behaviour. Here we describe the insect-relate…
  • Philip Henry Mules (1843-1905) and his innovations in ocular surgery. [Journal Article]
    Acta Chir Belg 2019; 119(3):198-200Laios K, Charalampakis A, … Moschos MM
  • CONCLUSIONS: Philip Henry Mules (1843-1905) was a respectable English ophthalmologist, who despite his short life, only 62-years-old, his innovations in ocular surgery were considered a breakthrough in the late nineteenth century, because in almost every textbook of ophthalmology they were cited and deserved a great merit.
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