Stanford engineers develop tiny, sound-powered chip to serve as medical device

On October 15, 2014, Jared Tom Abate of Stanford News reported that Stanford engineers have developed an ultrasound powered medical device that would be implanted in patients to “monitor biological processes and deliver pinpoint therapies to treat illness or relieve pain.” To learn more, click here.

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