Researchers, clearly annoyed with having to carry a phone and a microscope to work every day on their bicycles, have developed a mobile add on to help diagnose disease.
A research team at McMaster University, Canada have found a method for printing a toxin-detecting biosensor on paper using a FujiFilm Dimatix Materials Printer.
One of the greatest and most liberating things about modern mobile computing and mobile comms technologies is the opportunity to work from home, on the go and pretty much anywhere and everywhere that is NOT your office.
The nanny state lives and breathes - quite literally, in the form of a new kind of mobile phone that can check what's on our breath and inform the authorities of its findings.
We know it's the season for colds and flu to stop the spread of goodwill to all men, but we were more than a little shocked by the lengths one tech company is going to in order to halt the march of the germs.