A breakthrough method for non-invasive analysis of dry eye disease
A significant number of individuals are affected moderately to severely by dry eyes. Consequences are discomfort, pain, limited vision and reduction of the quality of life. Despite this, no effective diagnostic technique is available. Our team of four physicists and an ophthalmologist is working on developing a diagnostic method based on the evaporation of tear fluid, aiming to commercialise a simple device that is usable by any optician and general practitioner.
Non-invasive, continuous glucose monitoring Diabetes has reached epidemic proportions worldwide. The first step in patient care is to regularly monitor glucose. The conventional approach requires blood samples and is therefore invasive and uncomfortable for patients. GlucoEasy aims to demonstrate an innovation in non-invasive glucose detection. Our long term vision is to develop smart wearables for […]
Niluk app is a social network app that facilitates meaningful social contact among young adults. Do what you like most, with people you like, where and whenever you want to. Invite others to join you for a concert, go for a run together, or invite someone for a study session. Be spontaneous, find like minded people […]
The intelligent boxing bag for immediate, accurate, and reliable monitoring of impact force Strike-f(x) is an intelligent boxing bag for immediate, accurate, and reliable monitoring of impact force. Strike-f(x) is designed to give individuals total freedom of movement – to punch, kick, knee, tackle – and, yet, have accurate and reliable feedback about the force, […]