Printed fitness tracker uses chemical sweat analysis

Printed fitness tracker uses chemical sweat analysis

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You might not think of sweat as a particularly valuable commodity. Well, according to Electrozyme, you’d be wrong. The San-Diego-based startup has developed a biosensor strip that monitors the chemicals in an athlete’s sweat, and gives real-time feedback on what their body needs.

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