In November 2014, DMI won the Nokia Sensing XChallenge for a lab on a chip contest by creating a – you guessed it – wearable health monitoring device coupled with a blood testing device. The blood tester can run 22 tests with just a drop of blood, which the wearable monitors health and vital signs. […]
Posts by Nigel Syrotuck
If you had to go about making a product that works on the first try, how would you do it? Even better might be the question why would you do it? It almost never happens, and when it does it is often joined by a short round of high fives and long round of working […]
You spend weeks designing a medical device just the way you want it. After the design is finally approved, you pour your heart and soul into building it just the way you envisioned. Then you hit it really hard with a 1lb steel ball a bunch of times. Wait. What?
Cass Hussman and Devin Pelletier make refinements to their satellite. Image source: ring.uvic.ca They say the world is getting smaller. It’s literally true1 — a lot of hydrogen burns off the Earth every day—although the saying is more a reference to technology bringing the world closer together. Technology is becoming better, faster and more available. […]