Technology in Medicine
1) Prickless Glucose Monitor Takes Giant Step Forward: On a new lab-on-a-chip development that offers to discover patients' glucose levels without a blood sample. For IEEE Spectrum on June 5, 2014.
2) "Fighting Cancer with Protons": By using protons instead of X-rays, a new generation of CT scanners could help target tumors better. For the Feb. 2010 issue of IEEE Spectrum magazine
3) "'Electronic Tongue' Mimics Human Taste Organ": On a new postage-stamp-sized test that can measure the sense of 'sweet." For National Geographic News on Sept. 1, 2009
4) "Epileptic Seizures Strike Much Like Earthquakes": Recognizing patterns in seismology and medical data -- and providing tools that could predict aftershocks, and seizures. In the April 2008 issue of Discover magazine
5) "The Neuro Revolution Will Not Be Televised": On the promising frontiers -- and not-quite-ready-for-prime-time technologies -- of neuroscience. A book review for the October 2009 issue of IEEE Spectrum magazine
6) "ATMs to Automated Doctor Machines": On telemedicine, home tele-care and intelligent health environments. For Wired.com on Sept. 26, 2001.
7) "Medical Records Made Easy": On the information systems needed for genomics, e-health and personalized medicine. For Wired.com on Sept. 25, 2001.
8) "Dreaming About Nano Health Care": On printable bio sensors, wearable health monitors, "smart medical home" and other big e-health ideas from MIT's Media Lab. An article for Wired.com on Nov. 14, 2000
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