GE Ventures and the GE Global Research Center with Global Good to develop new malaria diagnostic technology.
The World Health Organization awarded the Passive Vaccine Storage Device, or Arktek device prequalified status under its performance, quality and safety program.
The presentation, Limitations of Hemozoin as a Diagnostic Biomarker for Malaria, shared some of the lessons learned during o
Stratos Product Development and Intellectual Ventures were honored to receive a 2014 R&D 100 Award for the Passive Vaccine Storage Device. Stratos provided design and development services for IV’
The paper – A paper Microfluidic Cartridge for Automated Staining of Malaria Parasites with an Optically Transparent Microscopy Window – discusses the work behind our microfluidic cartridge for...
Earlier this month, a paper by IV Lab’s Malaria Diagnostics team was published in the Malaria Journal. The paper – Limitations of haemozoin-based diagnosis of Plasmodium falciparum using dark-field mi
As part of IV’s Global Good program, the Passive Vaccine Storage Device won two ViE awards at the 2014 World Vaccine Congress, held in Washington D.C. earlier this week.
In the interview, Geoff discusses some of the most exciting IV Lab projects and spinouts including Kymeta’s metamaterials antenna and our anti-Malaria efforts.
As an entrepreneur, inventor, engineer, business leader, and inspirational presenter, Geoff showcased some of IV’s latest inventions, outlined lessons learned in IV Lab.
Ben Wilson, our Optical Tuberculosis Diagnosis Project Lead, recently presented at the Optics in the Life Sciences conference on the Big Island of Hawaii.
Cathleen Lambertson from the multiphysics modeling and simulation software company, COMSOL Inc., recently highlighted IV Lab’s use of simulation-based engineering for prototypes
The first time I saw IV Lab’s Newton building four and half years ago, it was basically just a warehouse full of miscellaneous parts and equipment.
The paper — Automated bacterial identification by angle resolved dark-field imaging — demonstrates a dark-field imaging technique capable of automated identification of individual bacteria.
We recently rounded up some of the most common questions we hear and posed them to Geoff Deane, head of the Lab. Here’s what he had to say.