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Bioinnovation

Bioinnovation —

Vision and objectives

KAUST Smart-Health Initiative (KSHI) aims to operate as an incubator to accelerate research innovation in life science, biology, AI, precision medicine and drive the development of new solutions by early-stage life science start-ups and promote entrepreneurship initiatives from junior and senior scientist from KAUST and beyond.

 

 

Latest achievements

25 March, 2024

Fully Screen-Printed and Gentle-to-Skin Wet ECG Electrodes with Compact Wireless Readout for Cardiac Diagnosis and Remote Monitoring

Prof. Shamim's group developed fully screen-printed, skin-friendly wet ECG electrodes with scaled-down PCBs and 3D-printed AoP. Minimal metal and gel usage, extended wireless range, and accurate data recording make them promising for clinical use.

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13 March, 2024

Often overlooked stem cells hold hidden powers for blood disease treatments

Protocol boosts regenerative capabilities of stem cells previously wasted in transplant medicine.

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19 February, 2024

Giving voice to the voiceless through assistive technology

Artificial skin coupled with sensors and machine learning technology allows people with voice disorders to communicate using soundless mouth movements.

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