WANDA, Inc. (WANDA) is a wireless digital health company that has developed the first in-home "virtual patient care engagement system" for the remote management of chronic diseases such as hypertension, diabetes, heart failure and obesity.
Vortex BioSciences, Inc. (Vortex) is developing a novel liquid biopsy technology which the Directors believe could revolutionise blood-based cancer diagnosis and monitoring.
Glycotest, Inc. (Glycotest) is developing a novel technology for liver disease diagnosis and management.
QLIDA Diagnostics, Inc, (QLIDA) which stands for quantum-dot linked immuno-detection assay, is developing portable, hand-held diagnostic tests for life threatening conditions such as infectious disease, cancer and cardiovascular diseases.
Selected Core Development Projects
Apo-lipoprotein point-of-care diagnostic
netScientific, together with the University of Michigan, is developing an improved, next-generation cholesterol test based on apo-lipoprotein particle concentration, using an easy-to-use and compact diagnostic device.
Non-invasive blood glucose sensor
netScientific has entered into an agreement with the University of Leeds to co-fund and develop patented technology arising from their research in the field of sectroscopically resolved potoluminescence.
Cuff-less blood pressure monitor
The cuff-less blood pressure monitor is a self-calibrating, wrist device capable of continuous blood pressure reading.
netScientific, together with Drexel University, is developing a small, portable, handheld nano-detection and monitoring device that will provide real-time measurement of biomarkers in biological samples.
netScientific, together with the University of Pennsylvania, is developing a new drug class, RNA-targeted therapeutics, with outstanding potential in cancer therapeutics, chronic and developmental disorders and infectious diseases.
Selected Non-core Development Projects & Spin-outs
RoboScientific is developing a range of highly sensitive electronic sensors/analysers that are able to act as an “electronic nose”, enabling the detection of extremely small traces of chemical compounds.