TAIPEI, Taiwan - Under the leadership of Professor Jyh-Cheng Chen of National Chiao Tung University (NCTU), Prof. Chen’s team has released free5GC...
TAIPEI, Taiwan - To support in containing the COVID-19 epidemic, the Ministry of Science and Technology Taiwan (MOST) pr...
In combating the global COVID-19 outbreak, along with the “SmartLabs Global Launch” program, SmartLabs will conduct mentoring programs for the biomedical start-ups and accelerate the clinical validation and US FDA EUA approval for Taiwanese COVID-19 epidemic prevention products.
Hawk Scientific Co. from Chang Gung University designed its qPCR nucleic acid detection technology as the portable diagnostic suitcase and the handheld IoT reader with lateral flow strip tests for emerging pathogen outbreaks and animal diseases for on-site detection. At present, their machines can complete 300 nucleic acid tests within one hour. Both of their detection systems can be applied in rapid testing of COVID-19 virus. And the diagnostic systems are intended to use in rural areas where there is no testing laboratory available nearby.
Instant Nanobiosensor Co. (INB), a startup company from National Chung Cheng University, uses its state-of-the-art patented technology to develop a biomarker light sensing chip and analyzer. It’s a portable, instant, accurate and specimens-saving diagnostic system.
Using the system, the reaction time has been drastically reduced from 3 hours to few minutes. INB has been got the approval by the MOST Science Park Committee to establish a new manufacture facility in Hsinchu Science Park this year and currently the team is developing a COVID-19 diagnostic system for rapid testing.
The MOST will work together with SmartLabs to speed up the commercialization of Taiwanese COVID-19 medical products and to get the approval of US FDA EUA.
CTIMES loves to interact with the global technology related companies and individuals, you can deliver your products information or share industrial intelligence. Please email us to email@example.com
- 1Taiwan-Thailand Medical Technology Collaborating Center to Ease the COVID-19 Pandemic
- 2Taiwan and Australia Jointly Develop New Anti-novel Coronavirus Drugs
- 3Chromebooks to Set Record by Occupying 25% of Notebook Shipment for First Time Ever, Says TrendForce
- 4HiSilicon First China-Based Semi Supplier to be Ranked in Top-10
- 5Virus Crisis Hits Optoelectronics, Sensors/Actuators, and Discretes