Intelligent implant systems developer MicroCHIPS’ Illume product has received the Gold award in the science and medical domain as an appreciation to the advantages it will offer to diabetes patients who need to intensively monitor their blood sugar for staying healthy.
PositiveID and RECEPTORS who is PositiveID’s development partner, have crossed a major stage towards the development of the RFID microchip for in vivo glucose-sensing application for detecting the levels of glucose in the body.
The multispectral imaging biometrics firm Lumidigm has recently launched its cost-effective and compact Mercury Series fingerprint sensors. The multispectral imaging biometric technology enables fast acquisition of better images under all environmental conditions and for all persons.
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).
The report on Noninvasive Glucose Monitors from Research and Markets provides useful data and information related to quantitative and qualitative benchmarks and measures in the glucose monitor market.
The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) awarded a 510(k) clearance to Proteus Biomedical for marketing the Raisin Personal Health Monitor, its wireless personal health device.
A novel MicroRNA (miRNA) analysis product was recently announced by NanoString Technologies.
A self-referencing glutamate nano type of biosensor was developed by Purdue University’s associate professor of agricultural and biological engineering and biomedical engineering, Marshall Porterfield, Subhashree Mohanty who is a graduate student, and Eric McLamore, a postdoctoral researcher.
The bacteria that is responsible for diarrhea is emerging as a health problem worldwide due to the presence of new Clostridium difficile strains.
Scott Manalis, a member of the David H. Koch Institute for Integrative Cancer Research of MIT and associate professor of biological engineering at the MIT, led a team of Harvard and MIT researchers who pioneered a measurement system that has the ability to measure the mass of cells during their growth in a period of time.