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Ghent University spin-off Indigo in the spotlight
Indigo is a med-tech company from Ghent. General Manager Danaë Delbeke explains how the company is working on a subcutaneous sensor that can measure your sugar level without pricking.
NB photonics professor listed as one of the highly cited researchers of 2018
Prof. Dries Van Thourhout has been awarded the prestigious title of Highly Cited Researcher of 2018 by clarivate & webofscience.
MyCartis acquires ANTELOPE Dx platform technology
The biotech company MyCartis has announced the addition of a point-of-need testing technology, ANTELOPE Dx (developed at one of the research groups of NB-Photonics) to complement its immuno-assay technology offering.
Press release-Imec and CARDIS partners develop unique photonic-based medical device for the screening of arterial stiffness and the diagnosis of cardiovascular diseases
Imec and Ghent University, together with Medtronic and other CARDIS project partners, have developed a prototype medical device based on silicon photonics for the screening of arterial stiffness and for the diagnosis of cardiovascular diseases.
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New start-up Antelope Dx raises 5.1 million EUR
The Antelope technology is the result of ten years of research at the Photonics Research Group of Ghent University.
5G workshop 20-09-2019 from 09:00 to 18:00 iGent, Technologiepark Zwijnaarde 126, 9052 ,