Glass and silicon BioMEMS components are at the heart of tomorrow’s medical devices – Webcast

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Teledyne MEMS is leveraging the power of glass and silicon bioMEMS components that will be at the heart of tomorrow’s medical devices.

In a world where healthcare is more than ever a priority, micro-technologies help building the medical devices that are needed for patient care, diagnostics, and monitoring. Whether we speak of neurostimulation implants, DNA sequencing chips, drug delivery devices; point-of-care or tests for diagnosing COVID-19, micro-technologies are everywhere. BioMEMS devices are made of various materials depending on their functions: polymer, glass, silicon and more.

MEMS is a revolutionary chip-based technology that combines microelectronics with micromachining technology. This sophisticated technology involved means that they are not easy to develop and manufacture, as very specific expertise is required to make robust micro-devices suited for products that deal with human health. Teledyne’s MEMS capabilities, through Teledyne DALSA and Teledyne Micralyne, provide customers matchless MEMS capabilities. Through years of custom MEMS wafer fabrication and devoted research and development, the Teledyne MEMS group offer a profound understanding of the physics and materials science that make MEMS possible.

In this webcast, you will get an overview of the role of micro-technology in medical devices, the challenges related to their fabrication along with the main areas of growth. You will also get a better understanding of Teledyne MEMS’ capabilities to help you in developing and manufacturing BioMEMS devices and illustrate the support of a key partner to accelerate your time to market.

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Speakers

  • Colin Twanow - Teledyne MEMS

    Collin Twanow

    Director of Technology for Teledyne MEMS

  • Sébastien Clerc - Yole Développement

    Sébastien Clerc

    Technology & Market Analyst, Microfluidics, Sensing & Actuating at Yole Développement

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