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 ▸
We’re pioneering high-resolution, high-quality sensing at the tip of a catheter. This MC10 technology integrates directly with the thin elastic membranes of otherwise conventional balloon catheters or with the flexible shafts of small French-size catheters to provide diverse, multimodal functionality in an ultra-compact package.
Our revolutionary sensors can measure temperature, flow, tactile, optical and electrophysiological data, and in combination with radio frequency electrodes, enable controlled, local ablation of tissue. The applications are cutting-edge and endless.
- High spatial and temporal resolution on the surface of balloons, meshes, or catheters
- Intuitive visualization of complex data to guide therapy
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 …
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 ▸
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 ▸
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 ▸
MC10 co-founders publish new review article on conformal biointegrated medical devices in Annual Reviews in Biomedical Engineering.Read More ▸
Dr.’s Rooz Ghaffari, John Rogers, and Marv Slepian publish a new paper in Interventional Cardiology.Read More ▸
MC10 and collaborators demonstrate electronics on the surface of balloon catheters.Read More ▸
A new publication through our collaborators making the cover of Science Translational Medicine.Read More ▸