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12.05.16
Breakthrough Prize awards $25 million to science luminaries
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Breakthrough Prize awards $25 million to science luminaries

Funded by Mark Zuckerberg and Sergiy Brin, the $3 million individual prizes are the richest in science.

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08.31.15
Google Life Sciences is working on another diabetes-monitoring project
08.31.15

Google Life Sciences is working on another diabetes-monitoring project

The health-focused division of Google (Alphabet) is teaming up with a pharmaceutical company for another diabetes monitor.

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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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