MEMS and Sensors Fuel Intelligence Movement - Part 2
Part 2 of 2-part series on MSEC 2019 highlights.
MEMS and Sensors Fuel Intelligence Movement - Part 1
Part of 1 of 2-part series on MSEC 2019 highlights.
Organ-on-chip Systems: Platform for Personalized Medicine
Healthcare has traditionally focused on one-size fits-all medication to treat populations instead of tailoring treatments to individual patients. Recent advances in stem cell technology allow researchers to create disease models for personalized...
Smart Investment in Medtech
Medical device companies are crucial for advancements in healthcare, yet the medical industry has struggled to attract sufficient venture capital in recent years. SEMI spoke with Tom Vanhoutte, partner at imec.xpand, about investment trends in...
Outlook for Healthcare, Medtech and Digitization
According to the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), healthcare is among the biggest sectors in industrialized countries, accounting for 8.8 percent of global GDP in 2017. SEMI spoke with Michael Strübin, Director of...
Meeting Large-Scale Needs of the Digital Future with MEMS
Smart cities of the digital future will employ systems enabled by MEMS and sensors in wide-ranging ways. From wearable sensors that monitor personal health and wellness and environmental sensors that assess air quality to autonomous micro-transit...
Waves of AIoT Are Reshaping Semiconductor Industry Value Chain
4 Key Takeaways from SEMI Taiwan Member Forum
The rapid development of artificial intelligence (AI) has accelerated the digital transformation in various industries and has now fused with Internet of Things (IoT) to exploit the value of both...
All Ears: What’s Up Doc? 8 Podcast Picks for the Savvy Digital Medicine Listener
Do you email your doctor when you have a tickle in your throat? Wear a fitness tracker or use an app to monitor your sugar levels, exercise or nutrition? If so, congratulations! You are a part of the rapid growth of digital medicine.