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Innovative technology and research from the School of Biomedical Engineering & Imaging Sciences at King’s College London will be exhibited at the largest science festival in the UK, New Scientist Live, between 7 and 9 October at ExCeL London.

The exhibition, ‘Hospital of the Future’ will welcome visitors to delve deeper into the healthcare engineering field through real medical images, interactive and immersive demos along with live explanations.

On show will be the latest advancements in the field including medical imaging, surgical instrumentation, surgical robotics, virtual reality, AI enabled technologies, surgical planning, healthcare applications of 3D printing, radioneuclide imaging and computational cardiology.

Visitors can step inside a virtual surgery, become immersed in a virtual heart, control surgical robots, learn how to remove brain tumours and even see how pacemakers are implanted onto the heart.

Visitors can also plan brain surgery with clinical software, experience the sensation of touching organs, use novel ultrasound imaging techniques to see inside the human body, control a novel soft robot, and more.

Join us from October 7 - 9 at London's ExCel Centre! Get your tickets here.

Event details

ExCeL London
ExCeL London, One Western Gateway, Royal Victoria Dock, London E16 1XL