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Sensors as Therapeutics - Issue #25

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Highlighting weekly insights into the world of sensors, a foundational technology behind the scenes of many high-growth and non-obvious market verticals from Biology to Industrial IoT.
Sensors as therapeutics? Leveraging ultrasonic sound waves, new nano-sensors have the ability to stimulate nerves and monitor the health of organs from inside the body. This emerging field of artificially stimulating nerves is called acoustic neuromodulation and many researchers highlight sensors as the enabling technology. Neuromodulation has the potential to replace pharmaceutical drugs for treatment of a variety of chronic diseases, including arthritis.

Check out this week’s lineup for more!

Berkeley engineers build smallest volume, most efficient wireless nerve stimulator | Berkeley News
Tiny wireless implant detects oxygen deep within the body | Berkeley News
This New Ultrathin Sensor Could Save Your Lungs – And the Climate
A sound alternative? MEMS speakers could revolutionize the audio industry. - EIN Presswire
Are smart knee implants the next big thing in ortho? | Medical Design and Outsourcing
Not all sensors are created equal – why your digital joint sensor needs a hinge
MIT creates a hydrogel shell to keep bacterial sensors from escaping into the wild - SlashGear
Techstars Startup Digest Sensors is curated by:
Nick DePhillips Nick DePhillips - Product & Strategy @ TE Connectivity, Advisor @ Silicon Catalyst
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