Cambridge, Massachusetts and Brussels, Belgium – July 28, 2014: Technology company MC10 Inc. and global biopharmaceutical company UCB announced that they have entered into a …Read More ▸
Most of us take a reactive approach to our health. As we age, we need smarter, cheaper ways to proactively monitor the human body outside of the hospital. MC10′s seamless sensing along with the mobile phone, create a high-quality, wellness monitoring system. Affordable monitoring devices enable doctors to treat or alert patients remotely, and allow family members to check on each other. It’s smarter monitoring. And when it comes to our health, that’s exactly what we want.
Remote Monitoring News
“Wearable health tech promises to save lives, so startups like MC10 are working to create something you’ll never forget to put on’ says the Fast Company …Read More ▸
MC10 has been named a finalist in the Healthcare and Life Sciences Category for the 2014 Mass Technology Leadership Council Technology Leadership Awards.
“Our congratulations to …
The AlwaysOn Team along with Venture Capitalists and Industry Leaders identified MC10 Inc. as one of the top 250 private companies for their most distinguished annual competition. To learn more …Read More ▸
MC10 has been selected as a “Boston Globe Game Changer” for our collaboration with Reebok on the CHECKLIGHT.
“We defined ‘game changer’ as any corporation (private …
Highlighting MC10′s capabilities for conformal electronics, VentureFizz recently reported on MC10 as the future of the wearables market. Read the full article here.Read More ▸
Physics World released their latest story featuring MC10 technology as the future of electronics. Read the article and watch the featured video here
SmartPlanet released a report this week on the future of medical diagnostics and the companies pushing the boundaries of wearable technology. “We want to make …Read More ▸
The Epilepsy Foundation announced today that MC10 is included as a finalist in the third annual Shark Tank Competition, to be held during the Epilepsy …Read More ▸
A recent article posted in MD+DI discusses research performed by Roozbeh Ghaffari and John Rogers. “It’s not only doing monitoring in this epidermal format but …Read More ▸