Dr. Mark Chance, Case Western Reserve University nutrition professor and BioSIS founder, discusses advancements in wearable biomolecular sensor technology with Dr. Lawrence Drummy, Air Force Research Laboratory Senior Materials engineer and technical lead, Aug. 18, 2022, during the Biomedical Sciences for the Department of Defense Mission Symposium at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio. AFRL partnered with the Nano Bio-Materials Consortium and Case Western Reserve University to create wearable biomolecular sensors that measure biomarkers in Airmen and Guardians, and has transferred that technology to Sensate Biosystems, a spinoff company of Case Western Reserve University. (Courtesy photo)
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