Each Sunday in January, the Museum of Science is presenting an inside
look at MC10's virtually invisible, conformal electronics technology.
Part of its Invented Here! program, the Museum of Science is celebrating
MC10 as one of New England's most innovative companies.
The Museum of Science Invented Here! program recognizes breakthrough
technologies that shape the way people interact with each other and with
the world around them, fulfill important individual and/or social needs
in novel ways, and ensure a more sustainable future for humanity and the
environment. On Sunday January 6th, 13th, 20th,
and 27th, at 12:30 p.m. in the Gordon Current Science and
Technology Center, museum attendees will be treated to an in-depth look
at MC10's award-winning, conformal electronics platform.
"It's a real treat to see our effors showcased to visitors of the
Museum of Science," said David Icke, CEO of MC10. "We hope our work
helps to inspire the next generation of inventors and entrepreneurs!"
MC10 literally reshapes traditional electronics into new forms that can
stretch bend and flex, and into next-generation products that
fundamentally transform how we interact with electronics. MC10 is
currently developing products that can be used both on and inside the
body, including sensors that monitor head impact, heart rate, brain
activity, muscle function, body temperature and hydration, as well as an
entirely new class of intelligent medical devices with embedded sensors
for enhanced sensing and therapeutic capabilities. The company recently
announced the first of its consumer products, the Sports Impact
Indicator co-developed with Reebok.
MC10 extends human capabilities through virtually invisible and
conformal electronics. The company reshapes rigid, high performance
electronics into human compatible form factors that stretch, bend and
twist seamlessly with the natural world. MC10 is headquartered in
Cambridge, MA. Visit MC10 online at www.mc10inc.com.
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