BodyCom by Microchip uses the human body to keep guns and power tools safe through simple and secure authentication.
The mChip is a cheap, portable and accurate device that analyzes a single finger prick.
GestIC technology from Microchip could enable gesture-based user interfaces for a range of devices.
MOO lets customers can choose what to put on the microchip (portfolios, music, videos, web page links, maps, apps, etc.) and it can be updated so they never go out of date.
Smart chip pioneers' pain prevention device bonds with humans for beneficial health outcomes.
A new technology will help researchers discover drugs for various neurological disorders.
A microchip in an electronic circuit is programmed to play 'live' music.