Breaking paradigms in biochemical sensing

By Jose Fernandez Villasenor Originally posted on Freescale’s Medical by Design, The Embedded Beat blog Early stage detection of potentially life-risking disease conditions, as well as easily accessible, low-cost detection devices for the general population, challenges our healthcare services. Why wait until you need a triple or quadruple coronary cardiac bypass surgery if you could easily detect at an […]

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Karen’s blog from SEMICON West 2012

Where is the Love? Has the romance between the MEMS and semiconductor industries started to fizzle? Or is the real issue that for new equipment vendors, the appeal and shiny/sexy new-ness of MEMS has faded as they salivate in anticipation of a switch from 300 to 450mm (with all of that sexy, new and expensive […]

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