AndCare (US) awarded $800,000 research grants:
This article was originally published in Clinica
AndCare (US) has been awarded grants totalling $818,000 from the US Department of Energy and the NIH to develop bio sensors. The DOE granted the company $750,000 towards the design of an advanced electrochemical sensor to measure concentrations of substances in complex materials such as blood samples. The other $68,000 award is from the NIH's Heart, Lung and Blood Institute to develop a diagnostic sensor for measuring high-density lipoproteins in whole blood.
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