Thursday, July 26, 2012

The scientists of tomorrow make an impact on eHealth

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Recently teens with top innovations in the science world conviened in Palo Alto, California to be honored for their scientific community a the Google Science Fair.  The top winner was Britteny Wenger of Sarasota, Florida who created an online app to predict the probability of breast cancer among small tissue samples.  Brittany's test went through 7.6 million trials and showed 99% accuracy.  Read more at the Scientific American.

Other winners included Jonah Kohn of California who developed a device that helped those with hearing impalement better feel the vibrations of music for their enjoyment.

What do scientific innovations like these promise for the future of the Pharma technology industry?   
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