Senbiosys’ Jewelry-Like Smart Ring Aims to Make Health Monitoring More Discreet and Affordable
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Senbiosys’ Jewelry-Like Smart Ring Aims to Make Health Monitoring More Discreet and Affordable

Two former EPLF Ph.D. students have created Iris, a smart ring the size of a wedding band that can monitor health like a high-end smartwatch. Marketed by Senbiosys, they have already raised five times more than the initial target of 100,000 francs. In this time and age, everyone has...

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Researchers Of RMIT University Develops Swalloable Gas Sensors That Can Improve Your Diet
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Researchers Of RMIT University Develops Swalloable Gas Sensors That Can Improve Your Diet

Researchers led by Kourosh Kalantar-Zadeh, at RMIT University in Melbourne, Australia have developed the first intestinal gas-diagnosing pill to be tested in human. During the study, which was published on January 8 in Nature Electronics, the swallowable gas sensors were tested in...

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Scientists Design A Two Stage Patch For Blood Glucose Testing Without Pricking The Skin
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Scientists Design A Two Stage Patch For Blood Glucose Testing Without Pricking The Skin

A team of researchers from Tsinghua University in cooperation with People's Liberation Army Air Force General Hospital, China, has produced a two-stage patch to test the blood glucose levels. They published their research paper on the open access site Science Advances. In the...

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Early Diagnosis Now Possible With Smart Bandage
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Early Diagnosis Now Possible With Smart Bandage

IoE era is here since we are able now to add mobile radio capabilities in our applications! The latest incarnation of the cell phone network will offer internet connectivity and possibilities that could only be dreamt of previously depending on your standpoint, and many more...

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30 Minutes HIV Detection Using USB Stick
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30 Minutes HIV Detection Using USB Stick

In partnership with DNA Electronics,  Imperial College London researchers had developed a revolutionary USB stick that can detect HIV in the bloodstream. In order to detect the virus, it’s enough to use a drop of blood. Then the USB stick generates an electrical signal that can be...

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Wireless biosensor platform for medical disposables
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Wireless biosensor platform for medical disposables

STMicroelectronics and HMicro have announced a single-chip product for disposable, clinical-grade wearable patches and biosensors, to replace wires for vital-sign monitors and electrocardiograms. The IC technology developed by HMicro and ST also targets other high-volume clinical and...

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