All posts by Mark Lawson Bell

Charlotte Magazine : Curvature Corrected

UNYQ News  |  June 21, 2019

Dr. Matt Chapman & Patient Omarian Riley discuss UNYQ’s Spine Wears brace at OrthoCarolina’s Spine Center Whenever Dr. Matt Chapman …

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UNYQ Launches 3D-Printed Product Line for Gamers with IKEA

UNYQ News  |  June 5, 2019

First suite of 3D-printed personalised products to address the physical needs of two billion global gamers UNYQ’s personalised 3D-printed production …

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UNYQ Co-Founder and CEO appears on BBC News

Uncategorized, UNYQ News  |  April 23, 2019

On Tuesday 23rd April our Co-Founder and CEO, Eythor Bender, appeared on the BBC’s ‘Inside Track’. He spoke with presenters …

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The UNYQ Socket

UNYQ News  |  March 18, 2019

This weekend, we were incredibly proud to unveil our very first 3D-printed leg socket at the British Association of Prosthetists …

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Lee Spencer – Amputee Marine from Devon breaks Atlantic row record

UNYQ News  |  March 12, 2019

A former Royal Marine who lost his leg in an accident has completed the fastest unsupported solo row across the …

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Irish children with scoliosis could avoid surgery thanks to potentially life-changing new 3D brace – Irish Mirror

UNYQ News  |  March 3, 2019

Irish children with scoliosis could be spared surgery with the help of a new 3D brace from the US. The …

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Lee Spencer – The Rowing Marine

UNYQ News  |  January 10, 2019

On 8th January 2019, ex-Royal Marine Lee Spencer set out on an unsupported solo rowing attempt 3,750 miles across the …

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Throwing out the dis in (dis)ability

UNYQ News  |  December 3, 2018

It’s the UN’s International Day of (Dis)abled Persons, and now is the time to reframe the conversation and make people …

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UNYQ Appoints Former IKEA Head of Design Marcus Engman

UNYQ News  |  November 26, 2018

We are proud to announce the appointment of Marcus Engman as Vice President of Design, effective immediately. Marcus is the …

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Meet the Experts

The UNYQ Collective  |  November 12, 2018

The world is a challenging place, but for some people the challenge is greater but far less obvious. For people …

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