Denis Vandormael

The Internet of Things is conquering the world, already well established in some domains and starting a revolution in others, such as the medical and patient care sector. The new upcoming applications may require other integration techniques to be considered. Enter '3D-PID', developed by Sirris, offering a great flexibility and capacity for customisation, as the approach is essentially based on 3D printing techniques. Discover the four steps of this approach and its advantages here!

Hilde Krikor
Olivier Gramaccia

Every year in May, the elite of the Belgian life sciences community attends flanders.bio’s annual Knowledge for Growth business conference in Ghent, attracting decision makers from biotech, pharma and medtech, agricultural and chemical industry as well as investors, universities, top-notch research institutes, policymakers and competence providers. Sirris will be there too: join us on 18 and 19 May 2022!

Hilde Krikor
Olivier Gramaccia

Anno 2022, great interest goes to neurotechnology and neuroscience. In both industry and academia, new applications are being discovered each day. NeuroTech Leuven’s MINDSEED on 27 April aims to educate non-experts on state-of-the art neurotechnology and neuroscience and connect its experts. Sirris will be there too!

Olivier Gramaccia

The recent edition of MEDICA, the biggest trade fair in the world for the medial technologies sector, has exceeded all expectations. Belgian companies were also present and showed their innovations. Here we're featuring the specific case of PeriKit, equipment for measuring the human body.

Olivier Gramaccia

In the medical technology industry, time has become more than ever a crucial success factor. The time between the first idea and the final go-to-market is getting shorter, while healthcare is also becoming more technical. To provide an answer to these trends, Sirris is making its technological expertise available, adapted to the medical sector.

Hilde Krikor
Olivier Gramaccia

Want to know more about the latest cross-over innovations? You may want to attend the ‘Life-on-Chip Conference - Enabling personalized medicine through cross-over innovation’ on 20 and 21 February. The conference aims at speeding up the innovation process towards new healthcare solutions by bringing together international players active in this cross-disciplinary domain, helping and stimulating them to do business and set up new partnerships for cooperative R&D projects.

Mathias Verbeke
Buvana Lefevre

With a new AI-based technology, blood pressure measurements can be taken directly via PPG signals in fingers, wrists or upper arms.

Thierry Dormal

The Bio-Manufacturing project, coordinated by Sirris, has been elected by the Walloon Region to participate in the RegioStars Awards, that rewards the best European regional projects.

Denis Vandormael
Hilde Krikor

The goal of Life-on-Chip, which took place in Leuven on 22 February, was to speed up the innovation process towards new healthcare solutions. The conference focused on the cross-fertilisation potential between several cutting-edge technologies, such as microfluidics, which was discussed by the experts of Sirris's Micro Lab and Product Development Hub.

Gregory Nolens

Sirris is taking part in a seminar on biomedical engineering and is taking this opportunity to present the contributions of additive manufacturing techniques.