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Google X Plans to detect Cancer With Nanoparticles and Wearables [News]
posted October 30 2014 19:23.16 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Google X announced at the WSJD conference of a new ambitious project against cancer. They plan to track cancer in the blood and an upcoming heart attack with the help of nanoparticles and wearables.

Their mission is to engineer a pill filled with magnetic nanoparticles. Patients would swallow this pill and the nanoparticles will attach to the cells and proteins, transmitting data to a wearable.


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