Gloves, socks, rings, and shirts that measure blood sugar and cancer? Made at AUB.
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Joseph Costantine, Associate Professors in the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department at AUB, helps chart the future of wearable electromagnetic devices that measure various human body conditions like blood sugar or cancer. He explains how he embarked on this path that has led to his being chosen one of ten World Economic Forum global young scientists, who each contribute to the development of technologies that could improve humankind’s wellbeing.

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