A new cross-border Centre for Intelligent Point of Care Sensors is to be operated jointly by the University of Ulster and Dublin City University. The University of Ulster has been granted £2m for its development by the Department of Employment and Learning.
The work, led by Professor Jim McLaughlin, Director of the Nanotechnology and Integrated Bioengineering Centre (NIBEC), and Professor Chris Nugent, from the Computer Science Research Institute, will focus on point of care sensors for cardiovascular analysis which facilitate speedy analysis by health professionals. The partners are the two main centres in the island for Intelligent Sensor Technology, the NIBEC/Computer Science Research Institute at UU and the Biomedical Diagnostics Institute at DCU.
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