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Pufferfish Inspires Ingestible Jell-O-like Biosensor Design

News   Feb 04, 2019 | Original story by Jennifer Chu, MIT

 
Ingestible Hydrogel Device Opens World of Possibilities

The ingestible hydrogel device as a small pill can swell to a large soft sphere, and deswell to a floppy membrane. Image credit: Xinyue Liu, Shaoting Lin

 
 
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