first_img Related Content News | June 24, 2008 Hill-Rom Enhances NaviCare WatchChild with Remote Perinatal Monitoring June 25, 2008 – Hill-Rom this week said it entered into two new agreements to will enhance and add integrated functio read more News | June 17, 2008 Georgetown University Teams with Gentag, SAIC to Develop Needleless Glucose Sensor Technology | June 12, 2008 15-Inch Monitor Created for Vital Signs Monitoring Quest International Inc. read more News | July 10, 2008 Researcher Says RFID Devices are Much Safer than Dutch Study Suggests July 11, 2008 – A new study that found wireless systems that track hospital medical equipment can cause potentially… read more News | August 17, 2009 SonoSite Acquires CardioDynamics for $12.3 Million August 17, 2009 – SonoSite Inc., a specialist in hand-carried ultrasound for the point-of-care, announced that on Aug…. read more Technology | June 15, 2008 Infinity Omega is a Full-Function Patient Monitor for Patient Transport The Infinity Omega solution integrates a two-screen patient monitoring solution and consists of a full-function patie read more News | June 16, 2008 Free Cell Phone Minutes, Texting Used to Help Monitor TB Treatment June 17, 2008 – One of the biggest challenges in fighting tuberculosis is simply getting patients to take their medic read more News | October 07, 2013 Philips, Accenture Create First Proof of Concept for Delivering Patient Data via Google Glass Royal Philips and Accenture announced the creation of a proof-of-concept (POC) demonstration that uses a Google Glass… read more News | May 29, 2008 Draeger Launches Online Medical Service Community for Clinical, Biomedical Customers May 30, 2008 – Draeger Service, the Service arm of Draeger Medical Inc., this week launched its Draeger Medical Servi read more News | June 01, 2008 Cantimer to Develop Portable, Noninvasive Hydration Measurement, Monitoring System June 2, 2008 – Cantimer Inc. said today it was awarded a $996,000 contract by the U.S. read more June 18, 2008 – Georgetown University, Gentag Inc. and Science Applications International Corp. have combined forces to develop a noninvasive method for glucose measurement using skin patches. The three technology leaders agreed to combine their respective intellectual property and expertise to create a new method to monitor glucose, using disposable skin patches with wireless sensors and cell phones. The resulting products could eliminate the need for finger pricking with lancets to draw blood for people of all ages with diabetes.The combined technology will enable the development of a unique new platform and approach for glucose monitoring and insulin delivery using cell phones. One potential market application could be a disposable, wireless skin patch that measures glucose levels and reports those levels to a cell phone that could also wirelessly control an insulin pump.By using soft, flexible skin patches, combined with new sensor-chip technology, the traditional pain and discomfort of the current finger prick technology could be dramatically reduced or eliminated. The patches would be designed to provide readings once every hour for a 24-hour period. Using cell phones as readers would allow for convenience of a device many already use and are familiar with, as well as many other benefits, including emergency geolocation of patients.With funding from the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) at the Department of Defense, John Currie, a professor of physics and director of Georgetown Advanced Electronics Laboratory (GAEL), Mak Paranjape, an associate professor of physics and researcher at GAEL Health Microsystems at Georgetown, and SAIC researchers Thomas Schneider and Robert White, who worked in the area of micro-electro-mechanical systems (MEMS), initially developed the skin patch technology to monitor the status of soldiers in a battlefield.The SAIC and Georgetown glucose sensor technology has been developed for DARPA and can be combined with Gentag’s cell phone RFID-sensor reader platform technology.Under the terms of the agreement, Gentag, Georgetown and SAIC have agreed to pool their IP and to sell or license the combined technology to a company developing glucose monitors or insulin-delivery systems under a competitive bidding process. 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first_img GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. – The winners of the 10th international ArtPrize competition are set to be announced during an awards ceremony in western Michigan.This year’s ArtPrize started last month and features the work of artists from around the world at more than 160 venues vying for $500,000 in cash prizes. More than 1,260 artworks are on display. Awards include $200,000 for the public favourite and $200,000 for a winner picked by an expert jury.After an earlier round of voting, the votes of ArtPrize visitors selected 20 finalists to go along with 20 picks from jurors. An awards ceremony takes place Friday night in Grand Rapids before ArtPrize wraps up Sunday.Following this year, organizers plan to hold ArtPrize every other year instead of annually. Winners to be announced at 10th ArtPrize competition by The Associated Press Posted Oct 5, 2018 6:26 am PDT Last Updated Oct 5, 2018 at 7:00 am PDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Emaillast_img read more