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Researchers from the University of Glasgow have developed a wearable sensor that could help people with chronic conditions avoid the discomfort of pin-prick blood tests. more

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Developer of healthcare products for mobile devices, Leman Micro Devices (LMD), has issues a note of warning about the need for medical accuracy, whilst also welcoming other companies into the market. more

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In a move that’s sure to please adults with diabetes in the US, the FDA has approved a glucose monitoring device that doesn’t require the user to prick themselves for a blood sample. more

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Central Manchester Foundation Trust's Research and Innovation Division is offering £50,000 funding as part of a programme of support for research and innovation more

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Sensor and connectivity provider, TE Connectivity (TE), is exhibiting at MD&M West, displaying technologies designed to mitigate medical device design challenges. more

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Work at AMBER the Science Foundation Ireland-funded materials science research centre, hosted in Trinity College Dublin has found that adding graphene to silly putty has significant implications for the medical device market. more

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A team of computer scientists and electrical engineers at the university of Washington have developed a way for the human body to send secure passwords. more

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An ingestible sensor has been developed that can measure heart and breathing rates from within the digestive tract more

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