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May 9, 2018 – The device now has to be refined so that it can be tested in live animals and, eventually, humans. Hall is trying to create a low-power sensor that can be injected blow the surface of the skin, where it would draw power from a smartwatch or some other type of wearable device.

“A tiny injectable sensor—that can be administered in a clinic without surgery—could make it easier for patients to follow a prescribed course of monitoring for extended periods of time,” Hall said in a statement. Hall is collaborating with Dr. Carla Marienfeld, an addiction psychiatrist at UC San Diego, and CARI Therapeutics, a startup that’s operating out of the university’s Qualcomm Institute.

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