What does the future of biometric sensing look like? John Rogers spoke to IEEE Spectrum to examine the near-term possibilities of conformal sensors. Read the full …Read More ▸
Today’s interventional medical devices are rigid and offer only rudimentary feedback. MC10 makes them intelligent. We’re developing a new class of catheters embedded with ultra-low profile, nanometer-thin sensors. They’re helping to give physicians the real-time feedback they need to make every procedure a successful one. Look for a long list of innovations coming to an operating room near you.
- Extends the physician’s senses by providing enhanced feedback
- Amplifies the benefits of minimally invasive procedures
Interventional Catheters News
MC10, University of Rochester to test stretchable medical sensors, develop predictive health analytics
MobiHealth News featured MC10’s partnership with University of Rochester today. Dr. Ray Dorsey is quoted as saying: “Wearable sensors, like those from MC10, can enable …Read More ▸
Cambridge, MA and Rochester, NY– May 28, 2015 – MC10, Inc., the pioneer in biometric sensor enabled clinically insightful analytics, announced a collaboration with University …Read More ▸
MC10 CEO, Scott Pomerantz was featured in a recent issue of Boston Business Journal’s ‘Outside the Box’ on his decision to join MC10. Click the …Read More ▸
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 …
Small Business Trends describes MC10’s approach to wearable technology “to completely re-imagine how that technology can be used to monitor and improve a person’s health.”Read More ▸
“Say goodbye to clunky, awkward wristbands, and say hello to smarter, seamless health.” USA Today talks to John Rogers about the future of wearable technology.Read More ▸
Roozbeh Ghaffari, an MC10 cofounder, was honored today in Tech Review’s annual list of the top 35 innovators under the age of 35. Click here …Read More ▸
MC10’s Roozbeh Ghaffari and Ben Schlatka discuss silicon-based nanomaterials configured in flexible and stretchable formats, and their potential to rapidly transform the medical landscape in …Read More ▸