DirectSens will attend the Diabetes Technology Meeting 2018 in Bethesda, Maryland, November 8-10, 2017. If you are interested in meeting us there, send us an email!
DirectSens started a cooperation with the laboratory of Prof. Dietmar Haltrich at the VIBT BOKU for the project „StaREliS – Stabilisation of Redox Enzymes for long-term implantable Sensors”. StaREliS aims to elucidate the deactivation mechanism of redox enzymes, which should serve as the basis for the development of stable enzymes for long-term biosensors. The project […]
DirectSens GmbH won this year’s innovation award “Mercur 2017” in the category “Life Science” and was awarded the “Start-up Star”. For the 30th time, the Vienna Chamber of Commerce awarded the Mercur Innovation Prize. Around 200 guests came to the awards ceremony on 14 November in the Dome Hall of the Vienna University of Technology. […]
DirectSens presented the latest results of our 3rd generation glucose sensor technology on the DTM in Bethesda, Maryland, November 2-4, 2017. We received great and very positive feedback and thank everybody who visited our poster or met us in our conference room!
The management system of DirectSens meets all standards required for DIN EN ISO 9001 and was certified by TÜV Nord in September 2017. You can find the certificates in German and English in the Company section of our website.
“Start-up setzt auf neue Generation von Biosensoren” Read full article here
We want to thank all of our customers, partners, friends and business contacts for their support and cooperation in the previous year and would like to wish all of you a happy and successful new year 2017!
DirectSens reached the first place in the category “High-tech” and the 2nd overall ranking at this year’s „GEWINN-Jungunternehmer-Wettbewerb 2016“. Within the scope of a festive event on 22 November 2016 that took place in the Festaal Oktogon of UniCredit Bank Austria, DirectSens GmbH, represented by the founders Alfons Felice, Roman Kittl and Christoph Sygmund, was […]
We present the latest results of our glucose biosensor development including first in vivo data at the 16th Annual Diabetes Technology Meeting in Bethesda, Maryland, USA. Meet us at our poster!
DirectSens presents the latest data of its glucose biosensor development at the ATTD 2016.