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Authenticators add extra security to medical devices

Authenticators add extra security to medical devices
Secure authenticators that enable engineers to add an extra layer of protection to applications such as Internet of Things (IoT) nodes, device management, secure peripherals, and medical sensors are available at Mouser Electronics. The Maxim DS28E39 and DS28E84 DeepCover authenticators help design engineers safeguard medical devices against invasive attacks.
22nd May 2019

Coprocessor delivers authentication and physical security

Coprocessor delivers authentication and physical security
A secure coprocessor from Maxim Integrated that provides additional levels of authentication and device integrity protection for industrial systems, medical sensors, and Internet of Things (IoT) tools is in stock at distributor Mouser Electronics.
8th April 2019

Microneedle contraceptive patch to empower world’s poorest women

Microneedle contraceptive patch to empower world’s poorest women
Innovative microneedle technology is being developed as an effective, pain-free and discreet method of delivering contraception across the world’s poorest countries, thanks to a new research consortium led by Cardiff University and supported by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. The project will focus on pre-clinical work to develop microneedle patches that have the potential to be painlessly and inconspicuously administered by the user themselves within a few seconds and can last for up to six months. 
15th January 2019


Health sensor platform enables advanced monitoring

Health sensor platform enables advanced monitoring
The MAXREFDES101 Health Sensor Platform 2.0 from Maxim Integrated is in stock at Mouser Electronics. The MAXREFDES101 incorporates a comprehensive range of Maxim products to provide a rapid prototyping, evaluation, and development platform for medical applications, providing accurate monitoring of body temperature, heart rate, and electrocardiogram (ECG).
18th November 2018

Connecting Sony sensors to Xilinx FPGAs for the Asian market

Connecting Sony sensors to Xilinx FPGAs for the Asian market
Advanced digital medical imaging solutions provider, Vieworks, is using the recently released SLVS-EC RX IP Core for Xilinx FPGAs from global imaging expert FRAMOS. The FRAMOS IP Core to optimises resources and accelerates implementation with the latest Sony CMOS sensors, and focuses on the advanced Machine Vision applications in the Asian markets.
24th August 2018

Organ-on-chip platform improves drug screening

Organ-on-chip platform improves drug screening
Imec has presented an organ-on-chip platform for pharmacological studies with unprecedented signal quality. It fuses multi-electrode array (MEA)-chip with a microfluidic well plate, developed in collaboration with Micronit Microtechnologies, in which cells can be cultured, providing an environment that mimics human physiology. Capable of performing multiple tests in parallel, the device aims to be a game-changer for the pharmaceutical industry, offering high quality data in the drug development process.
5th June 2018

‘Memtransistor’ paves the way for brain-like computing

‘Memtransistor’ paves the way for brain-like computing
Computer algorithms might be performing brain-like functions, such as facial recognition and language translation, but the computers themselves have yet to operate like brains. “Computers have separate processing and memory storage units, whereas the brain uses neurons to perform both functions,” said Northwestern Engineering’s Mark C. Hersam. “Neural networks can achieve complicated computation with significantly lower energy consumption compared to a digital computer.”
26th February 2018

Human blood–retinal barrier on a microfluidic chip

Human blood–retinal barrier on a microfluidic chip
For some years now, scientists have been researching in order to find ways of reducing animal testing and accelerating clinical trials. In vitro assays with living cells is an alternative, but has limitations as the interconnection and interaction between cells cannot be easily reproduced. To overcome this, scientists are developing systems that mimic tissues and organ functions in conditions very close to reality.
26th January 2018

Device enables development of coin-sized medical labs

Device enables development of coin-sized medical labs
It sounds like a science fiction movie: Using a handheld device, a doctor draws blood from a patient and, seconds later, the device provides in-depth medical information about the patient. The idea — shrinking a medical lab onto a chip the size of a small coin — is known as 'lab on a chip.' It’s closer to reality than you might think, but obstacles remain; among them is finding an efficient and reliable way to mix and move blood and other fluids through the chip’s tiny valves and pumps.
26th January 2018

Making fluorescent chips with an inkjet printer

Making fluorescent chips with an inkjet printer
Want to quickly test blood for pathogens? Or food for toxins? In the future, you will be able to do just that from the comfort of your own home using a small fluorescent chip and your smartphone. To make use of this method, you require a lamp and a detector – and now these could potentially be printed in large quantities using an inkjet printer. Fraunhofer IOF researchers will be showcasing the technique at the Compamed trade fair (Hall 8a, Booth P13), to be held in Düsseldorf from November 13th-16th.
6th November 2017


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