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Job­st Tech­nolo­gies got grant­ed the new project “Microflu­idic Lab-on-a-Bird trans­mit­ter for the hor­mone lev­el mon­i­tor­ing of free-mov­ing birds”.

Sub­ject of the project with €1.52 mil­lion fund­ing from Max Planck Soci­ety Munich, is an autonomous minia­tur­ized lab­o­ra­to­ry for col­lect­ing blood, mea­sur­ing the lev­el of stress hor­mones and send­ing the sig­nal from the free mov­ing bird to the “ground sta­tion”. 

Job­st Tech­nolo­gies GmbH will devel­op the auto­mat­ed blood- sam­pling- and microflu­idic- sys­tem enabling inte­gra­tion and oper­a­tion of the assay. Job­st Tech­nolo­gies’ microp­umps and flow rate sen­sor will also be used as enabling com­po­nents.

Project part­ners are the Max Planck Insti­tute for Ornithol­o­gy and the Albert-Lud­wigs-Uni­ver­si­ty Freiburg.

www.pr.uni-freiburg.de/pm-en/2017/flying-lab-for-blood-analysis

Job­st Tech­nolo­gies got grant­ed the new H2020 Key Enabling Tech­nolo­gies project 737212 — CATCH-U-DNA.

Sev­en part­ners aim to enable analy­sis for free cir­cu­lat­ing tumor DNA — a major brick in indi­vid­u­al­ized can­cer treat­ment. This project will strength­en Job­st’s van­guard posi­tion in per­for­mance micro-flu­idics and extreme bio-sens­ing.

 

20–23 March 2017,

Job­st Tech­nolo­gies was exhibitor and spon­sor at the 1st Euro­pean BioSen­sor Sym­po­sium in Pots­dam, Ger­many.