For now, researchers in University College Dublin, St James’ Hospital and the Technology Research for Independent Living Centre (TRILC) are going to use SHIMMER, but Daly expects it to move into the more commercial field within a year or so. Each kit costs €1,900. (news)
When used as part of the BioMOBIUS Research Platform, developed by the TRILC, SHIMMER helps researchers reduce the time spent developing core foundation technologies, allowing them to focus on their own specific research and, subsequently, cutting down development time for advanced medical devices, according to Realtime.
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