VanEck launches bionic engineering ETF

Including bio-printed tissues

Elliot Gulliver-Needham
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VanEck has launched a bionic engineering ETF, aiming to invest in companies that create solutions for medical implants or artificial body parts

The ETF is listed on the London Stock Exchange and German stock exchange Xetra. The firm described bionics as the "research and development of approaches for developing technical applications based on the model of living systems," specifically technologies designed to enhance or restore functions of human body. VanEck gave examples that include prosthetics, bio-printed tissues, replacement organs and body function aids. VanEck launches genomics and healthcare innovators ETF Tracking the MVIS Global Bionic Healthcare ESG index, the ETF excludes firms that manufacture devices ...

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