A privately held life sciences vendor NanoStrings that markets a total solution for identifying and counting large target molecules sets in biological samples, has been awarded the ISO 13485:2003 certification that is a medical devices quality standard recognized internationally.
UCLA engineer Aydogan Ozcan has developed a miniature microscope for telemedicine applications based on the Lensless Ultra-wide-field Cell Monitoring Array platform (LUCAS), which is an imaging technology.
A biosensor chip capable of identifying proteins that are unique to particular diseases has been jointly developed by the Fujitsu Laboratories of Japan and scientists at the Technische Universitaet Muenchen (TUM).
Small metallic nanocages and pulsed laser-based ultrasensitive medical imaging methodology are likely to facilitate the detection and treatment of cancer at an early stage.
Piribo.com offers an overview of the utilization of active and passive semiconductive/MEMS electromechanical sensors for the Class II and Class III categories of medical devices in a 425 page report by titled ‘Medical Device Sensors Technologies and Global Markets.’
Researchers of Aalto University and Scuola Normale Superiore develop a novel sensor to measure small magnetic fields.
BioVigil LLC has recently launched the second generation BioVigil hand hygiene monitoring system.
InDevR’s ampliPHOX Calorimetric Detection Technology is currently under beta site testing for an impending product launch. The Boulder-based University of Colarado had licensed the related intellectual property (IP) to InDevR.
MIT chemical engineers have built a sensor array that, for the first time, can detect single molecules of hydrogen peroxide emanating from a single living cell.