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Engineering and medicine: Opportunities in type 1 diabetes
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The development of the artificial pancreas is underway with considerable stakeholders input and industry interest. Aimed to treat type 1 diabetes of all ages from early childhood to maturity, the artificial pancreas consists of a continuous glucose meter, control algorithm and an insulin pump. Significant life sciences opportunities exist to complement the clinical work and accelerate research progress and commercialisation of the artificial pancreas.
This talk is part of the CUED Control Group Seminars series.
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