Biomedical & Chemical Systems
Cross-disciplinary teams of Draper engineers and scientists design and develop novel, ultrareliable, miniature diagnostic, therapeutic, and chemical-biological systems to improve clinical diagnosis and treatments for soldiers and the public, and to reduce threats to national security.
Miniature SystemsDraper’s core biomedical and chemical capabilities include wearable and implantable medical device technologies for drug delivery, organ-assist, multitissue engineering, and neural recording applications. Draper integrates multiple technologies and capabilities to create complete miniature systems for these applications. These capabilities include ultraminiaturization capabilities for electronics, including die-level micro-system circuit technology, packaging, electronic circuit design (board-level and ASICs), electrically small antennas, wireless battery charging, chemical sensing, and MEMS sensors.
Chem-Bio SensorsDraper’s pioneering Differential Mobility Spectrometry (DMS), a highly sensitive and specific chemical and biological detection platform, has led to the development of further advanced capabilities in multimode gas-phase chemical detection systems for national security applications.
Clinical Decision SupportDraper’s software engineers develop small and large-scale algorithms to perform feature extraction and decision support for medicine and biosurveillance. These packages provide clinical decision support and diagnostics using image and signal process algorithms, system fault-tolerance prediction and prevention, as well as data analytics for electronic health records.