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 ▸
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
“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 ▸
Read how MC10 is “powering the next generation of wearable electronics” in this Bloomberg Businessweek piece.Read More ▸
Incredible look at MC10 tech in action on Bloomberg TV. See how MC10 is on the BRINK of revolutionizing wearable electronics!
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MC10 has closed a $10M Series C round of financing capped by two new strategic investors, Medtronic and a consumer health company, with participation from all of MC10’s existing investors.Read More ▸
CardioSource World News spoke with MC10′s Dr. Roozbeh Ghaffari about how stretchable electronics are changing the world of cardiology.Read More ▸
MC10′s Latest Research on Cardiac Webs and Instrumented Catheters in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS)
Researchers including MC10’s co-Founder and Director of Medical Development Dr. Roozbeh Ghaffari and Senior Electrical Engineer Stephen Lee have successfully demonstrated conformal electronics in novel webs and mesh arrays for use in cardiac ablation therapy.Read More ▸
Technology Review looks at the work MC10 is doing to manufacture electronics that conform to skin, arteries, and organs, allowing for new wearable and medical devices.Read More ▸