Working together

In 2021 we have established development units in Germany with the development of an operational headquarter in Mainz. Our development units include laboratories for MEMS & Sensor Research and Sensor Evaluation and Validation. The structure of our laboratories is adapted to facilitate and support streamlined clinical testing.

Based on strategic acquisitions, increased IP confirmations and broadened academic cooperation’s throughout, Lifecare is positioned to enlarge the scope of use for the basic Sencell technology to include a wide range of measurements for use in medical and professional environments, as well as lifestyle driven point-of-care measurements.

Development partners

Lifecare work with acknowledged research and development partners across Europe.

The research and development is performed through our research partners across Europe. Our partners are all rated global experts in their field.

Lifecare has a close collaboration with the University of Bath, UK for further development of the chemical composition for use in Sencell. The chemical composition is a core part of the technology and forms the basis for accurate, reliable and immediate measurement of glucose. The university is well renowned and established as a top ranked UK university what a reputation for research and teaching excellence. Read more about the collaboration in this article from University of Bath and in this article on Lifecare’s webpage.

Lifecare has also a partnership with the Goethe University Frankfurt am Main to improve our already cutting-edge technology. Lifecare will finance two new doctoral positions at the university. This means that we can further develop what we have and, alternatively, add efforts for research in other directions. In addition, this collaboration is about contributing to ensuring that we have a strong professional recruitment base. Read more about the partnership in this article from Lefecare’s newsletter.


University of Bath, UK

Research at the University of Bath is improving lives and changing the world we live in.

  • Ranked as university of the year (2022/2023) in the UK by the Times and the Sunday Times
  • Ranked 6th in the UK by the Guardian University Guide 2020
  • Awarded Gold in the Teaching Excellence Framework 2017
  • 87% of our research is classed as world-leading or internationally excellent by the most recent Research Excellence Framework 2014

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Goethe University Frankfurt am Main, Germany

Goethe University’s Third Mission mandate: the pursuit of science and knowledge with and for society.

  • The university celebrated its 100th anniversary in 2014 and has around 45,000 students.
  • Nobel Prize winners have been affiliated with the university, including Max von Laue and Max Born.
  • The university is affiliated with 18 winners of the Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Prize.
  • The New York Times: Among the World’s 10 best universities by employer choice. Goethe University was ranked 10 out of 150 universities in 2012.

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