Google working on technology for early detection of diseases
October 29 , 2014
Google is working on a technology that could make it possible to diagnose deadly diseases like cancer and stroke at an initial stage, according to media reports.
The work, which is at an early stage, involves nanoparticles that detect the disease and are consumed through a pill, and a sensor worn on the wrist. The key is to locate minor changes in the biochemistry of the person.
The project is headed by the molecular biologist Andrew Conrad.