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How can photonics meet its potential at the point of care?

Microfluidic cartridge

The microfluidic cartridge is placed into Surfix Diagnostics’ point-of-care prototype (Image: Surfix Diagnostics)

Despite the growing potential of photonics-enabled devices in providing cheaper, less invasive diagnostics outside of the laboratory, there are numerous challenges for both new and established companies attempting to get new technology into clinics.

Translating an idea into a medical product not only requires clever innovation, but a consideration of manufacturability and end use from the very start of the design process.

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