Connected device provides discreet on-the-spot food allergen testing

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As the number of allergy sufferers continues to rise globally, we’re seeing more and more technological responses looking to allay sufferers’ experiences, whether that’s as a rapid and easy-to-use drug delivery device for treating anaphylactic shock or a test designed to detect nut allergies without resorting to drug exposure. And we now bring good news to those who suffer a lactose allergy. Designed by Imogen Adams of Brunel University, Ally was conceived as a way to overcome situations where the presence of allergens in food in restaurants may not be easily communicable, either due to language barriers when travelling or…

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