Tiny Lab Under the Skin Could Stop Drug Cheats - Presented by: The Aol. On Network

The IronIC prototype chip, designed to personalise patients' blood monitoring - and one day help stamp out drug abuse in sport. Containing seven sensors, the chip is placed under the skin, and can be left for up to a year to monitor a patient's blood. In tests on mice, power was transmitted safely via a battery patch positioned over the skin, says researcher Jacobo Olivo, from Swiss technology institute EPFL.



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