Somerville-based EyeNetra’s tech could one day bridge gap in eye care need, revolutionize how we look at our screens
The graduate course teams students of all disciplines with business ventures to design, launch devices
Wearable’s low-cost and portability prove advantageous in university studies
“I have so much respect for people who have to make these wide-sweeping lifestyle changes.”
We sat down with the author of The Digital Doctor to discuss the benefits -- and unexpected consequences -- healthcare's digital revolution.
Innovators in gerontechnology are providing much needed support to overextended caregivers, developing apps, software and wearables aimed at improving the quality of life, health and safety of people aging at home.
“There are very few toxicologists across the United States—I think there are about 500 of us,” says Dr. Chai, who along with his colleagues found that Google Glass could provide a better alternative to the traditional toxicology phone consultation.