Sweat is a rich but largely unexplored body fluid that can alert workers to replenish electrolytes so that they are operating safely when performing strenuous tasks.
“Chevron’s commitment to digital solutions serves as a foundational example for workplace safety research, paving the way for the characterization of risk factors that contribute to injury and interventions,” said Stephen Lee, CTO of Epicore Biosystems.
Epicore Biosystems spun out of Northwestern University’s Querrey-Simpson Institute for Bioelectronics. The company has developed wearable microfluidic products and analytics solutions that are capable of non-invasively measuring metabolic and digital biomarkers in real-time, across a range of applications including worker safety, sports and fitness, and remote healthcare.
About Epicore Biosystems
Epicore Biosystems is a privately held digital health solutions company spun out of Prof. John A. Rogers Laboratory at Northwestern University. It has established partnerships with Fortune 100 companies, the Department of Defense, and leading research hospitals to drive personalized care with its proprietary wearable microfluidic products. For more information please visit www.epicorebiosystems.com or @EpicoreBio on Twitter.
Chevron U.S.A. Inc. is a subsidiary of Chevron Corporation, one of the world’s leading integrated energy…