Andrew Conrad, head of Google Life Sciences–a part of the search giant’s experimental wing, Google X–said the company is developing nanoparticles to monitor people’s health continuously over time. The nanoparticles, measuring less than one-thousandth of a red blood cell’s width, would attach to cells, proteins, and other molecules and pass through the body through the liver and bowels.
Google’s is Detecting Cancer With Nanoparticles By Alice Truong
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