In conjunction with Princeton’s Office of Technology Licensing, the Keller Center hosts the annual Innovation Forum. The purpose of the Innovation Forum is to showcase Princeton research that offers the potential to be commercialized.
Two MIRTHE+ technologies were presented during this event: 1. Faraday Rotation Oxygen (Fox) Sensor: a small and lightweight sensor for continuous in-airway monitoring of oxygen at high sampling rate. The sensor will be compatible with capnographic systems from leading medical equipment manufacturers, have a measurement precision of <1% O2 with a time resolution of 10 ms, and be capable of fully resolving the oxygen concentration within a single human breath cycle (Team: Gerard Wysocki, Jonas Westberg, Link Patrick, Princeton University); and 2. Glucose sensor: a highly sensitive noninvasive sensor which is capable of measuring a multitude of important biomarkers, including glucose. The current prototype detects glucose in the dermis layer of the skin using mid-infrared laser source. (Team: Noah Apthorpe, Yasin Kaya, Alexandra Werth, and Kalil Shaw, Princeton University).