The two imec events to be held at the Biomedical Campus on Tuesday 3 June will enable attendees to get a glimpse of their work and to participate in an open discussion on what nanotechnology can do to revolutionise healthcare.
imec Body Area Networks: Wearable Technologies that Save Lives will be held between 11am-1pm by Chris Van Hoof, Director Wearable Healthcare.
Wearable technologies are starting to find their way to consumers. We see it in devices that track our whereabouts, monitor our fitness level, and even the quality of our sleep.
Live demos will be shown at this event. Please click here for a preview of the work..
imec Life Sciences: How nanoelectronics is revolutionizing healthcare will be held between 2pm-4pm by Liesbet Lagae, R&D Manager Life Science Technology.
The cost of providing adequate healthcare consumes a growing fraction of the GDP in countries across the globe. Healthcare economics is driving us towards more diagnosis, more sensors, more measurements and a more patient-centric approach.
Please click here for a preview of the work.
Professor David Menon, from the NIHR Healthcare Technology Co-operative has invited imec to Cambridge to showcase their technologies and to develop the Cambridge-imec network.
Please click here to contact the organiser if you wish to attend and for related documents.