Researchers at the University of Newcastle have developed a world first, pain-free technology for diabetes testing using glucose biosensors, with the project led by Prof Paul Dastoor from ANFF Materials.
The technology will aim to be translated for consumer use with the recent announcement of $6.3 million in funding granted to establish the first manufacturing facility for the device.
Funded by the Medical Products priority of the Australian Government’s Modern Manufacturing Initiative, a new biosensor factory will be established in the Hunter region for the upscale and manufacturing of glucose biosensors for people living with diabetes as well as other applications.
We caught up with University of Newcastle ANFF Materials Node Leader Paul Dastoor to find out more. Watch the full interview below.
Read more about the new factory and funding here.