August 7, 2017
One problem with sensors that derive information from sweat is that the patient being tested has to actually sweat. Oftentimes this entails exertion or room temperatures that run the gamut from impractical to unsafe. But thanks to Eccrine Systems Inc., testing sweat may soon become both easier and safer.
Founded by University of Cincinnati professor Jason Heikenfeld, Eccrine Systems has...
July 6, 2015
Theranos, the 12-year-old Palo Alto-based company working on a smaller, cheaper, alternative to common lab blood tests, has received its first voluntary FDA 510(k) clearance, for its herpes simplex 1 virus IgG (HSV IgG) test.
Using a (still largely secretive) lab-on-a-chip technology, Theranos is able to run multiple blood tests on just a few drops of blood, whereas traditional labs need to draw...