Glucosemonitoring

08.12.15
Google's Life Sciences division to build a miniature glucose tracker
08.12.15

Google's Life Sciences division to build a miniature glucose tracker

Google's Life Sciences division - now a subsidiary of Alphabet - is working with DexCom to build tiny, bandage-sized sensors to track glucose levels. The slap-on monitoring system could replace finger sticks for diabetics over the next few of years.

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01.17.14
The power of tears: Why Google has its eye on smart contact lenses
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The power of tears: Why Google has its eye on smart contact lenses

When the cronut craze swept across New York in early spring of last year, the only major inconveni...

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07.22.11
iPhone reads blood glucose level with nanosensor tattoo (Updated)
07.22.11

iPhone reads blood glucose level with nanosensor tattoo (Updated)

For diabetics, checking blood glucose levels is literally a pain. Current blood glucose meters req...

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12.23.09
Researchers receive grant to develop color-changing contacts for diabetics
12.23.09

Researchers receive grant to develop color-changing contacts for diabetics

Contact lenses that act as a glucose monitoring system for diabetics aren't exactly a new idea, but...

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06.19.08
Freedom Meditech promises glucose-monitoring eye scanner
06.19.08

Freedom Meditech promises glucose-monitoring eye scanner

There's certainly no shortage of efforts out there to make glucose monitoring a bit easier for diabe...

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