A Singapore institute has developed a cost effective, paper-based, point-of care diagnostic device for the detection of uric acid levels. This easy-to-use diagnostic device can be used for quick diagnosis of gout, which is characterized by high serum urate levels.
The institute is keen to establish partnerships with industry players (SMEs of all sizes, MNEs or research/healthcare institutions e.g. healthcare institution or healthcare technologies provider).
The type of partnerships sought can either be licensing of the technology where the partner could further develop it to offer as a product or service to their customers, or research cooperation where the partner can undertake joint development with the Singapore institute in introducing new products to the targeted markets.
If you are interested in finding out more about this opportunity, please contact Mike Brown, quoting the reference number TOSG20180108005.