By XPRIZE on September 09, 2013
As the world's oceans turn more acidic, a cheaper and more accurate sensor would be useful—inspiring a new $1-million award. More >>
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This artificial pancreas showed promising results: https://t.co/z9T6A4hmlq @futurism
Besides all the style, it actually saves space in a dense city like Singapore.
The 3D-printed devices could aid monitoring, treatment, and more. View on Google+
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