Former Facebook and Google engineer is testing mini MRI to spot disease sooner on animals

by Larry Emmott on November 20, 2018

in Diagnostics,Future Tech

From Business Insider:

Its mission is to make portable, miniature imaging machines that everyone can afford — machines that she dreams will one day harbor the power to do everything from detect tumors in any organ to allow for brain-to-brain communication. If it works, her technology could disrupt the MRI market, where patients spend roughly $24 billion a year on scans,

Source: Former Facebook and Google engineer is testing mini MRI to spot disease sooner on animals – Business Insider

Worth clicking through and reading.

Another effort to use digital high tech to reduce the size, complexity and cost of medical diagnostic machines. One step closer to the Tricorder.

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