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Wearable tech will revolutionise healthcare, says Imperial

Wearable tech will revolutionise healthcare, says Imperial

Wearable tech will revolutionise healthcare, says Imperial no comment Richard Wilson 29th June 2015 Get news by email Scientists from The Hamlyn Centre, Imperial College London, are presenting their latest research in wearable technology at the Royal Society’s annual Summer Science Exhibition, which officially opens to the public today. The theme for the Hamlyn Centre’s exhibit is “smart sensing”, technologies for wearables devices. It will include very low power ICs and sensors, ranging from optical, impedance, and micro-fluidics. Professor Guang-Zhong Yang, director and co-founder of The Hamlyn Centre for Robotic Surgery, Imperial College London, comments: “Wearable sensors are transforming our understanding of health, and have the potential to revolutionise healthcare – from reactive to proactive management.” The exhibition will also demonstrate how a body sensor networ...

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