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Representatives of the three winning teams of the Displaying Futures Award (photo: Merck)

Merck selects three winning teams for Displaying Futures Award

Merck (Darmstadt, Germany), a leading science and technology company, announced the winners of the third annual Displaying Futures Award. This year, 97 applicants from around the globe submitted their smart medical ideas. The top ten teams, who have devoted themselves to topics such as wearables, artificial intelligence for real time data, smart devices for diagnostics, and sensors for disease prediction, were invited to the new Merck Innovation Center at the company headquarters in Darmstadt, Germany on 4-6 June where they pitched their ideas for a chance to be one of the three winning teams.

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Imec’s EOG technology could revolutionise AR/VR and detect neurodegenerative diseases (photo: imec)

Imec packs new fast eye tracking technology into ergonomic design for high-quality AR/VR experiences

Imec (Antwerp, Belgium), a leading research and innovation hub in nano-electronics and digital technology, has unveiled a new wireless eye-tracking technology based on electro-oculography (EOG), an ophthalmology technique used to examine eyes and record eye movement. The technology, which is integrated into a standard pair of eyeglasses, can significantly improve augmented reality and virtual reality (AR/VR) experiences. Moreover, imec aims to employ it for clinical research on neurodegenerative diseases.

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A skin display enabled by printed electronics (photo: FAPS-IPC)

Printed Electronics Symposium in Nuremberg to focus on mobility and life science

Printed electronics: thin – flexible – lightweight. These attributes allow successful use of the technology in the fields of mobility and life science. Under the technical direction of Wolfgang Mildner, managing director of MSWtech, the printed electronics symposium in Nuremberg (4 and 5 July) will present technological possibilities, advantages and development potentials for the printing of electronic functions on the basis of conventional and organic materials.

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