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Electronics are getting imperceptibly small, opening new avenues for medical technology to place advanced monitoring and treatment devices inside our bodies. And Columbia University engineers just demonstrated a new and revolutionary version of this, creating the world’s smallest single-chip system ever developed, according to a recent study published in the journal Science Advances. And, critically, the tiny new chip can be implanted via a hypodermic needle to measure internal body temperature, and potentially much more.[…]

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