1) Google has just revealed a method for diabetics to monitor glucose Smart contact lenses with tiny glucose-tracking technology will monitor wearers’ glucose levels by tracking it in their tears.
2) Tiny Vehicles For Medical Applications
Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems have constructed swimming bodies that simultaneously meet two requirements: they are small enough to be used in bodily fluids, and they are able to navigate through complex biological fluids. Like tiny submarines they could navigate through the body to deliver drugs precisely to a target location, making it possible to carry out gene therapy in a specific cell.
3) Controlling Genes With Thoughts
4) VTT Technical Research Centre has demonstrated a technique for generating electrical energy by harvesting energy from mechanical vibrations of the environment and converting it into electricity. These could be used in wireless self-powered sensors and medical implants to replace batteries in application areas such as wearable electronics
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