Special Report: Graphene technologies company Sparc Technologies has formed a new bio-medical business unit that has launched its first research project, a breath sensor.
The new business unit for Sparc Technologies (ASX:SPN) is headed by Ben Yerbury, who has more than 20 years’ experience in the global medical device sector.
Yerbury has worked for ResMed, Baxter Healthcare, Boston Scientific and Zimmer Biomet.
“We welcome Ben to the Sparc team, and we look forward to his guidance and leadership for this new division where Ben will provide critical expertise for Sparc on this initial bio-medical project that aims to target the detection of life-threatening diseases with the use of non-invasive sensing devices,” executive chairman, Stephen Hunt, said.
New unit’s first project is graphene-based breath sensor device
Sparc’s bio-medical business unit’s first project is to…