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The flexible stamp can collect data that usually requires bulky, invasive equipment.
MIT professor Dina Katabi is building a gadget that can sit in one spot and track everything from breathing to walking, no wearables required.
Last August, 50 employees at Three Square Market got RFID chips in their hands. Now 80 have them.
Livestock Labs is getting bio-monitors under cows’ skin in hopes of helping farmers spot disease earlier, and it wants to bring its tech to people, too.
Aaron Traywick and his company, Ascendance Biomedical, are connected to a website advertising a gene-therapy trial for lung cancer.
Arnav Kapur’s AlterEgo lets him communicate, switch TV channels, and more by talking silently to himself.