Researchers from MIT, Brigham & Women’s Hospital and Draper have developed a Bluetooth-controlled ingestible capsule that can sense the temperature of its environment and reside in the stomach for at least a month.
The device, which was tested in an animal study and composed of 3D-printed parts, is powered by a small silver oxide battery and relays data to a smartphone in close range.
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