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Each summer, Key Tech opens our doors to a few bright rising seniors for summer internships.  This year the group represented multiple disciplines of new engineers who hailed from some of the top programs across the east coast.  We treat our interns as true team...

We are thrilled to announce that Key Tech client, GenMark Diagnostics won silver for the ePlex System at the 19th Annual Medical Design Excellence Awards (MDEA). Below is a video with GenMark founder, Faiz Kayyem presenting ePlex and Key Tech leaders describing our role in...

Key Tech is pleased to announce that Jake Cowperthwaite's article "Auto-Injector Design: Managing Drug Temperature Variations" has been published in the current issue of ONdrugDelivery. Jake's article discusses the challenges of injecting high viscosity drugs due in part to their required cold storage temperature for...

A recent BBC article showcases a prototype GE MRI scanner specifically designed for neonatal infants. The MRI is in trials at Royal Hallamshire Hospital in the UK. The video in the article features an infant sling & cart designed and prototyped by Key Tech for...

In addition to our day jobs many of the staff at Key Tech put their skills to work on the weekends creating delicious home brewed beer. Since 2005 Keith Lipford’s farm in Pennsylvania has been the worksite of the Key Tech “Brew Crew”. Past brews...

Medical devices often contain built-in heating and cooling elements; diagnostic devices must comply with assay thermal protocols and therapy devices must maintain biologics at optimum temperatures.   Performing quick thermal finite element analyses (FEA) on device components early in the design process can help to optimize...

Key Tech was busy in March giving back to the local community through meeting with middle and high school students. Opportunities like these are available everywhere and are helpful for students and engineers alike. For the students, it opens their minds to how...

On March 28th and 29th I attended this year’s Micro / Nano Manufacturing Conference in Boston, hosted by The Society of Manufacturing Engineers (SME). The primary tracks this year were nano manufacturing, micro machining, micro molding, and micro metrology. Two years ago I...

Harvard's Microrobotics Lab is publishing some amazing work regarding a MEMS fabrication technique for creating 3-dimensional millimeter-scale robots from 2-dimensional multi-layer components....

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