BioMEMS

BioMEMS

Biological microelectromechanical systems. A term referring to the application of microelectromechanical systems to micro- and nanosystems for genomics, proteomics, drug-delivery analysis, molecular assembly, tissue engineering, biosensor development, nanoscale imaging, etc.
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Smart Structures and Materials 2005: Smart Electronics, Mems, BioMems, and Nano-technology, Book Series: Proceedings of SPIE, 5763: 405-413.
For example, there have been some developments in MEMS oscillators, MEMS energy harvesting, BioMEMS, and RF MEMS switches of late.
That's why Jeff Tza-Huei Wang, professor in the BioMEMS lab at Johns Hopkins University, developed mobiLab, the first low-cost NAAT platform that can diagnose chlamydia at point-of-care.
USPRwire, Mon Sep 14 2015] BioMEMS assimilate miniature sensors, actuators, micro-optics, microfluidics, and structural elements with computation and controls for application in the healthcare sector.
A BioMEMS review: MEMS technology for physiologically integrated devices.
They include the design of BioMEMS devices for pathogen detection, cancer detection, detection of growth hormones in milk, and the morphogenesis of plant cells.
MEMS, bioMEMS and bioelectronics -- materials and devices; proceedings.
healthcare applications with bioMEMS, that can monitor bio processes.