Body fluid-based device may supply power to medical devices

05/18/2010 | MIT Technology Review

French scientists have implanted in the abdominal cavity of two rats a device that can generate power by using enzymes that collect energy from body fluids such as glucose and oxygen. An expert said the technology eventually could be used to power various types of medical devices, such as drug-delivery tools and insulin pumps.

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