The Imperial College London's Mechatronics in Medicine Laboratory was launched in 1993. Since then, the laboratory has been responsible for innovations in "fields as diverse as neurosurgery, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) compatible robotics, haptic training systems for surgeons, urological surgery and orthopaedics, high intensity focused ultrasound and blood sampling." On their website, researchers and mechatronic students can learn more about the lab's work and access a number of resources, including news about research developments (in the Research section) and published research papers. Those interested in the latter can conduct a text search for publications by navigating to the Publications tab. Results can be filtered by publication year or type (e.g. book chapter, journal article, conference paper, patent, software). While some publications require certain subscriptions, many of these publications are open-access.
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