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Sensing XCHALLENGEEnvision a future where everyone has access to affordable, personalized healthcare through sophisticated sensing technologies that put you in charge of your own health. Where sensors and devices recognize and measure your personal health information, provide insights and recommendations relevant to you and communicate that information to your physician. That’s the aim of this competition: a whole new level of personalized, digital health information. Learn more about the competition
Better Data Means Better HealthEnvision a future where everyone has access to affordable, personalized healthcare through sophisticated sensing technologies that put you in charge of your own health.
DNA Medicine Institute (DMI) of Cambridge, Mass., took home the grand prize of $525,000 in this year’s Nokia Sensing XCHALLENGE. DMI has developed a portable device that can run hundreds of clinical lab tests on a very small sample of blood.
The DNA Medicine Institute (DMI), a technology incubator and lab, took the $525,000 grand prize in the Nokia Sensing XCHALLENGE today for creating a handheld device that can run hundreds—or even thousands—of lab tests using a drop of blood in a matter of minutes.
The goal of the XCHALLENGE is to accelerate innovation in sensor technologies that address healthcare problems.