Recent years have seen strong development in printed electronics capacities and applications for healthcare. Linxens (Mantes-La-Jolie, France), as a global leader, has massively invested to accelerate development of connected health solutions utilising its recognised expertise in printed electronics through three main technology segments:
On 22 June, TechBlick will once again be hosting its free to attend Virtual Innovations Festival covering printed, flexible, hybrid, 3D, wearable and textile electronics. Khasha Ghaffarzadeh, CEO of TechBlick, said: "We are confidentially predicting this Festival will be largest of its kind and a wonderful opportunity to hear the latest developments in PE and network with all the global players too." The audience will be truly global, with attendees from many different time zones.
Tiny particulates or noxious gases: From the day they are born, all people are exposed to a range of environmental forces. These forces constitute the exposome and affect the health and wellbeing of people around the world. A European research project has been set up to explore how the exposome affects the course of lung diseases. The microelectronics specialists at Fraunhofer IZM are on board and have developed a unique sensor bracelet that can pick up even tiniest concentrations of more than 40 individual harmful substances. The collected clinical data will show how these affect the lives of patients and may feed into more targeted and customised treatments.