Tyndall gets smart in Dublin
From smart plasters and transdermal microchips to an augmented reality health coach with clinical monitoring to laser induced graphitic carbon sensors, Tyndall National Institute showcased a triumph of disruptive technologies at its annual TechDays event in Dublin last month.
“Tyndall is an important part of Ireland’s future with its globally disruptive technologies. TechDays attracts global leaders in medtech, connected health, 5G, autonomous cars and wireless sensors to this event due to the calibre of research...
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