Wearables, Ingestibles, Invisibles: imec at CES 2020


The Belgian research organization imec has a dear spot in our hearts, as it helps to develop a lot of the technologies that power current and future medical devices (see flashbacks below). At CES in Las Vegas this year, imec’s Chris Van Hoof introduced us to the organization’s somewhat shifting focus toward wearable, ingestible, and, yes, invisible body monitoring technologies:

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Flashbacks: Wearables for a World Without Disease: Interview with imec’s Chris Van Hoof; Smart Contact Lenses are Here: Interview with Prof. Herbert De Smet of Imec; Silicon Photonics Device for Arterial Stiffness: Interview with Roel Baets and Patrick Segers, Imec and Ghent University; Imec Develops Wireless Eye-Tracking Glasses to Aid in Research of Neurological Disorders; Bloomlife and imec Partner to Create Low Power 5-Channel Fetal ECG; Unified Microchip for Processing Multiple Body Signals; Patch with Non-Toxic Battery Monitors ECG, Blood Oxygen, Physical Activity; Imec Develops Organ-On-Chip Device to Improve Drug Candidate Screening

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