Two complementary signals to improve the diagnostic pathway of cervical cancer
The current diagnostic pathway of cervical cancer lacks simple and reliable examinations to rule out the disease, so that gynecologists must often refers the patient to a more invasive, but dependable biopsy (i.e. sampling of a small amount of tissue, sent for laboratory analysis).
We propose a new, non-invasive and insightful medical device that provides two signals (the structural 3D imaging of the tissue, and its mechanical characterization). Our device could help gynecologists establish a more accurate diagnosis in the earlier steps of the cervical cancer diagnosis, ruling out unnecessary biopsies, and guiding the sampling for necessary ones.
Chromatography has proven to be a powerful technology for the separation of a mixture to perform quantitative analyses. The Foundation for Chromatography at home aims to promote and support relatively simple analysis at home, e.g. by measuring urinary components after eating certain foods, such as olives. The Foundation will not provide a ready-to-use product, but […]
Three dimensional reconstructions of skeletal muscles
Designing a smart battery optimizer to charge your electronics in a controlled and technically optimized way! The mission of Liion Power is to make our future more sustainable, by improving the performance and longevity of lithium-ion batteries by charging them in a smart way. Lithium-ion batteries are in our smartphones, E-bikes and many of our […]