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As part of a European joint research project, under the umbrella of the Clusters for Application and Technology Research in Europe on Nanoelectronics (CATRENE), a compact sensor system has been developed with nine sensory freedom levels – comprising a 3D gyroscope, a 3D linear acceleration sensor and a 3D magnetometer.read more
Development of a handheld lab-on-a-chip device for the rapid on-site diagnosis of respiratory infections such as whooping cough.read more
The project consortium has developed the functional model of a sensor system for the measurement and classification of motor disease symptoms in Parkinson's, which does not affect the daily life of the patient.read more
In this project the implementation and clinical validation of a fully integrated and automated platform for the parallel detection of neonatal sepsis markers and a panel of sepsis-causing bacteria from a whole blood sample was achieved.read more
The automated detection of pathogens on the centrifugal microfluidic Kreißsaal-Lab test carrier allows a sensitive and rapid on-site diagnostic in the delivery room. Since the results are available at the point-of-care, they immediately enable a reliable and targeted therapy and hence prevent a severe disease of the newborn.read more