A Spanish SME working in the clinical consulting field has patented a new biosensor device aimed at the recognition of the female fertile period based on the monitoring of the biophysical properties of cervical secretion. This non-invasive device is user friendly and cost effective and it helps in the diagnostic and treatment of subfertile conditions.
The company is looking for medical devices manufacturers interested in:
– License agreements to exploit the technology
– Technical cooperation agreements in order to develop a commercial device optimised in terms of compactness, robustness and functionality.
– Research cooperation agreements aimed at building proposals to finance further developments of the product.
If you are interested in finding out more about this opportunity, please click here to contact Mike Brown at quoting reference number TOES20190201001.