Nanotechnology lets us innovate on mechanical tactics against cancer, instead of more horrible chemical solutions. This is encouraging.
The best ideas are usually the easy ideas. This makes so much sense. With an x-ray marker for extra credit.
In the future, medical care will have nice apps. Until then, you have to pay an extra annual fee for this nascent medical provider.
In case you haven’t seen this one, this is about the FDA’s approval of Proteus’ microchip that can be ingested with placebo pills. Eventually they want to add it to real pills. It monitors how the medication is taken, so doctors can change the prescription as necessary.
That’s not all - this is a constant blood content monitor that could check all manner of indicators in real time. Besides hours of warning before heart attacks, imagine all the other benefits of medical awareness.
An ingenious iOS app uses voice recognition to detect brain injuries. This is another story along the theme of democratizing medical diagnoses. Any app that gives you solid advice on whether or not you should go to the emergency room is a great idea.
This image looks like a graph - but the others are even more interesting. Definitely check out the link. And think about the potential of photographic infographics.
This is amazing! In a decade or so though, we will probably think it’s crazy and antiquated to have wires looping around in there.
Best quote: “It also makes use of the natural processing power of the neurons in the middle layer of the retina that process motion and contrast.” Impressive that they are leveraging biological processing capability in concert with technical capabilities.
This molecule triggers the self-destruct sequence on cancer cells. Human testing coming soon.