Entries by Richard White

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Sports performance expert joins Mint Diagnostics

We’re glad to announce that Dr. Richard Burden has joined the Mint Diagnostics Team as our Sport Performance Advisor. Richard is an applied sports physiologist with more than 12 years experience working in elite sport. He’s been working with Olympic and Paralympic athletes over the last 3 Olympic cycles. Richard is bringing invaluable knowledge to […]

The Science and Measurement of Stress

Here at Mint Diagnostics, we have Prof. Anna Whittaker of the University of Birmingham, one of the world’s leading experts in stress science, as a scientific advisor so we got together with her at the beginning of the year to get her thoughts on how Mint Diagnostics’ real-time cortisol test could impact her work and stress monitoring […]

Mint Diagnostics awarded Innovate UK funding to develop a quantitative stress assessment system for consumers

Mint Diagnostics has been awarded an Innovate UK grant after having successfully submitted a proposal for the “Emerging and Enabling Technologies Round 1” call. The grant will support the development of a stress monitoring device for consumers and corporate well-being. The project is targeting the proof-of-concept of a quantitative stress assessment system based on cortisol […]

English Institute of Sport and Mint Diagnostics will work together in the development of a cortisol monitoring system for sports performance

English Institute of Sport and Mint Diagnostics have signed an agreement to start the joint development of an innovative cortisol monitoring system for elite athletes. The system will leverage Mint Diagnostics biosensing technology, enabling real-time monitoring of cortisol levels for optimisation of training and performance. The results of this development are expected to open up […]