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Contraceptive microchip: Could it revolutionize global birth control?

from Medical News Today

MicroCHIPS, an IT start-up company with links to Massachusetts Institute of Technology, is developing a radical new contraceptive — a tiny microchip implanted under the skin that can be operated wirelessly by remote control. In the 1990s, Robert S. Langer — the David H. Koch Institute Professor at Massachusetts Institute of Technology and reportedly "the most cited engineer in history" — and his colleagues Michael Cima and John Santini, developed a microchip technology that could release controlled amounts of chemicals. more


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