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IMEC and Johns Hopkins University Team to Expand Healthcare Applications for Silicon Nanotech

Thu, 24 Oct 2013

 

Leuven (Belgium) October 24, 2013 – Researchers and physicians at Johns Hopkins University will collaborate with the nanoelectronics R&D center IMEC to advance silicon applications in health care, beginning with development of a device to enable a broad range of clinical tests. The corresponding tests will be performed outside the laboratory. The collaboration, announced today, will combine the Johns Hopkins clinical and research expertise with imec’s nanoelectronics capabilities. The two organizations plan to forge strategic ties with additional collaborators in the health care and technology sectors.

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