MIT Researchers Develop Swallowable Sensor That Could Replace Endoscopy

MIT Swallowable capsule sensor
Photo credit: BU College of Engineering
Thanks to the work of Assistant Professor Rabia Yazicigil (ECE) and her colleagues at MIT, a swallowable sensor could someday replace endoscopy and colonoscopy. The pill-sized device would literally shed […]
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