Google and Novartis in smart lens pact
This article was originally published in Clinica
Novartis's Alcon unit has signed a deal with Google to license the latter's "smart lens" technology, which could lead to medical innovations such as constant blood sugar monitoring via the eye, or adaptive focusing of contact lenses.
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