This workshop will feature four topics with presentations and then focused breakout discussions on: end users reliability issues; chemistry/microfluidics; sensors; power, communication and electronics.
Speakers include representatives from GE Global Research; MEMs & Sensors Industry Group; University of Cincinnati; Dublin City University; Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine; Johns Hopkins University; and a special keynote address from the White House – Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP). Visit www.nbmcworkshop.org for a detailed look at the agenda.
Blood, Sweat & Tears (BS&T) is a series of workshops exploring nano-bio electronics and wearable human monitoring technologies and applications. Since August 2015, NBMC has been conducting these forums for the understanding, education, and promotion of non-invasive human performance monitoring technology and manufacturing.
BS&T I brought together industry and university innovators to explore current products, current research innovations, technical vision and challenges. BS&T II targeted users’ needs and specifications for today’s medical professionals and their patients: Army and Air Force soldiers and pilots and high performance athletes.