The Telegraph Spotlights Micron Biomedical Data Publication in The Lancent

May 1, 2024


‘Microarray patches’ are small plaster-like devices packed with microscopic needles that lightly puncture the skin. There are mounting hopes that they will be the future of vaccine campaigns.

Not only are they pain-free and easier for people who fear injections, but they are also easier to transport and store than traditional vaccines because they do not require refrigeration. 

There are other benefits, too; people with minimal training can administer them, rather than doctors and nurses, and the risk of ‘needlestick’ injuries is reduced.

Read the full story here and learn more about the publication in The Lancent here.