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2023
27 Jan 2023

Cerathrive

Cerathrive is a start-up offering transcranial wearable light therapy hardware. Tess Skyrme, Technology Analyst at IDTechEx, interviewed Sarah Turner, CEO and Founder, following CES 2023.
26 Jan 2023

Join Our Upcoming Webinar - 2023, the Year of Cultured Meat?

As we enter 2023, we celebrate a decade of progress in the cultured meat industry. Ten years ago, the world was introduced to the first lab-grown burger, and this year, it's possible that American consumers will have the opportunity to taste this revolutionary food for themselves.
25 Jan 2023

Rogalife

Rogalife (Roga) offers wearable therapeutics as a solution for mental health and corporate wellness.
23 Jan 2023

Assistive Technology for an Inclusive Society at CES 2023

Mirroring the broader social trend of increasing awareness around inclusivity, exhibitors at CES 2023 highlighted the capabilities of consumer electronics to deliver assistive technology. IDTechEx attended the event, held January 5 - 8 in Las Vegas, and report on this key trend across interviews with exhibitors over the four days.
20 Jan 2023

IDTechEx Forecasts US$13.7 Billion Cultured Meat Market by 2043

Ten years ago, the world was introduced to the first lab-grown burger, and this year, it is possible that American consumers will have the opportunity to taste this revolutionary food for themselves. The end of 2022 saw a major milestone for the industry, with the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approving a cultured meat product for the first time, a significant step towards commercialization.
20 Jan 2023

Sigknow

Sigknow produce an electronic skin patch device for cardiac ECG monitoring. IDTechEx met with Sigknow at their exhibit during Medica 2022.
20 Jan 2023

ATsens

ATsens are a Korean company producing electronic skin patch devices for cardiac monitoring. IDTechEx met with ATsens at their exhibit during Medica 2022.
19 Jan 2023

Bittium

Bittium produce Faros, a heart rhythm monitoring wearable device.
19 Jan 2023

GlucoRx (BioXensor)

GlucoRx is a UK-based supplier of diabetes management devices, founded in 2011. The company has recently developed a noninvasive continuous glucose monitor (NICGM), named the "BioXensor", based on work done at the University of Sheffield. During MEDICA 2022, IDTechEx spoke with GlucoRx about this NICGM.
9 Jan 2023

Shenzhen Ecomann Biotechnology Co. Ltd.

Ecomann are a Chinese biotechnology company producing polyhydroxyalkanoate s (PHA), a class of bio-based and biodegradable polymer.
9 Jan 2023

Kaneka (Biodegradable Polymer)

Kaneka is a mulitnational chemicals manufacturer that produce a biodegradable, bio-based polymer.
8 Jan 2023

Tepha (BD)

Tepha, owned by BD, are a manufacturer of polyhydroxyalkanote (PHA) material for biomedical applications such as surgical sutures and meshes.
2022
13 Dec 2022

Cultured Meat 2023-2043

IDTechEx Report: Andy Ko
5 Dec 2022

Omnidermal Biomedics

Omnidermal Biomedics is an Italian medtech company, founded in 2017 by Marco Farina and Jacopo Secco based on work done at the Politecnico di Torino. IDTechEx caught up with Omnidermal CEO Filippo Begarani at MEDICA 2022.
28 Nov 2022

Wildtype

Wildtype is a cultured meat company focused on cultivating salmon.
15 Nov 2022

Organogenesis

Organogenesis, headquartered in the US, develops wound care and surgical and sports medicine products.
10 Nov 2022

MannKind

MannKind is a US-based biopharmaceutical company which has developed the only FDA-cleared inhaled insulin device currently available on the market. On 9 November 2022, the company presented its inhaled insulin device at the 2022 Diabetes Technology Meeting (DTM).
9 Nov 2022

Materials Informatics 2023-2033

IDTechEx Report: Sam Dale and Dr Richard Collins
8 Nov 2022

Medical Devices for Remote Patient Monitoring of Chronic Conditions

Rising healthcare costs, an aging population and an increasing prevalence of chronic diseases are driving the uptake of remote patient monitoring (RPM) technologies. In their recent report, Remote Patient Monitoring 2023 - 2033: Technologies, Markets and Opportunities, IDTechEx forecasts the market for medical devices supporting RPM to reach US$45 billion by 2033.
2 Nov 2022

Trends in Point of Care Diagnostics and Continuous Monitoring

IDTechEx Reflects on Trends in 2022. For the past decade, the healthcare industry has looked towards decentralization as a means of relieving the pressure placed on healthcare systems.