World's smallest wearable device warns of UV exposure, enables precision phototherapy

The world's smallest wearable, battery-free device has been developed by Northwestern Medicine and Northwestern's McCormick School of Engineering scientists to measure exposure to light across multiple wavelengths, from the ultra violet (UV), to visible and even infrared parts of the solar spectrum. It can record up to three separate wavelengths of light at one time.

World's smallest wearable device warns of UV exposure, enables precision phototherapy

The world's smallest wearable, battery-free device has been developed by Northwestern Medicine and Northwestern's McCormick School of Engineering scientists to measure exposure to light across ...

Wed 5 Dec 18 from Medical Xpress

World’s Smallest Wearable Device Can Help You Prevent Skin Cancer

How much sun is too much? A group of Northwestern scientists aim to let you know with the world’s smallest wearable device, which can help prevent skin cancer. Dubbed, “My Skin Track ...

Wed 5 Dec 18 from Geek.com

World's Smallest Wearable Device Warns of UV Exposure

NewsThe device can optimize treatment of neonatal jaundice, skin diseases and seasonal affective disorder, and reduce risk of sunburns and skin cancer.Contributed Author: Northwestern UniversityTopics: Physics/Engineering

Thu 6 Dec 18 from Laboratory Equipment

Too Much Time in the Sun? Skin Patch Might Tell

Powered by the sun while designed to measure its rays, the patch automatically transmits sun readings to a user's smartphone. It works wet or dry, is fully reusable, and weighs next to nothing.

Wed 5 Dec 18 from WebMD

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