Virtual Devices: Supercomputer Modeling To Revolutionize Device Design?
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
Some advances in medical technology have come with miniaturization, others with non-invasive delivery methods, but some predict the next frontier in advancing device development will be totally virtual.
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