"Progressive Biotechnology should use innovative medical electronics to advance contemporary health solutions."

-- Dr. George Lowell, MD COL USA (ret.), CSO, Healables; Director - Biondvax

We Put the IoT in


Until the Internet of Things matured, Biotechnology was limited to the lab.  One of the biggest winners in the the convergence of Wearables and mHealth is the field of biotechnology.  


Today, many sensors are available to process real data in real time.  Big Data and machine learning gives scientists new input that has not been previously accessible.


Healables takes the next step in Biotech with a focus on not only monitoring but taking a step towards pain-relief and accelerated healing.


Biotech to be disrupted by medical electronics

Eric Guth is a seasoned business leader with decades of experience in electronics design and manufacturing.  He has a large international network of biomedical electrical engineers.

Medical Electronics to Disrupt Biotech

Wearable Medical Devices are poised to challenge pills as the go-to solution for Big Pharma

At its simplest, biotechnology is technology based on biology - biotechnology harnesses cellular and biomolecular processes to develop technologies and products that help improve our lives and the health of our planet.


Healables exists in the world of neurostimulation.  We're working with novel technologies in electrical stimulation, molecular biology, bioelectric chemistry and even nanobiology.


Biotech is helping to heal the world by harnessing nature's own toolkit to heal quiker, reduce pain and reduce inflammation.  


Together with our proprietary conductive biomedical textiles, we hope to be apart of the inevitable change for the better that biomedical electrical engineering will have on the health industry,

"I'm an investor in a number of biotech companies,
partly because of my incredible enthusiasm
for the great innovations they will bring.

– Bill Gates