Stuff The Intern Forgot: Google Wants To Scan Your Blood


Google Wants To Scan Your Bloodstream

Researchers at Google X, a branch of Google a half-mile from its headquarters in Mountain View, CA, have announced that they’re working on a project involving a pill that you could swallow to regularly sweep your bloodstream for diseases at their earliest points of development. According to our friends over at Newser, Google envisions disease-detecting nanoparticles to pair with a wristband to scan any incoming data. Project head Dr. Andrew Conrad says they’re trying to change medicine from reactive and transactional to proactive and preventative. For more on this new technology, CLICK HERE.

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