Lorain County Community College’s Spitzer Conference Center hosted the BioMedical Mems and Sensors National Conference in April. The conference included a tour of the Richard Desich SMART Commercialization Center for MicroSystems.
The event attracted a spectrum of shareholders in MEMS technology to the LCCC campus for three days. BioMEMS 2013 focused primarily on application areas in sensors, diagnostics, health Screening, individualized treatment, drug delivery systems, tissue engineering, organ prosthesis, R&D tools, surgery and minimally invasive procedures.
BioMEMS is a 1.7 billion dollar market.