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Innovation in pharmaceutical compliance Monitoring

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#innovation#biotechonology#pharmaceuticals#compliance
Here is an example of a technology company straddling the frontiers of digital technology and biology. Measurement of compliance to medicines have thus-far been admittedly a low key effort, involving bringing your bottle of pills to the doctor during your next visit and the doc counts the pills. Doing this electronically, and in real time is such a great idea.

And the possibilities are endless! I can imagine a microchip controlling... Medication Goes DigitalA digital pill that helps patients and caregivers monitor dosages. View or comment on Sunil Joshi's post »Google+ makes sharing on the web more like sharing in real life. Learn more. Join Google+ You have received this message because Sunil Joshi shared it with pavansut.bhaloo@blogger.com. Unsubscribe from these emails.
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What does it take to solve big problems

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#innovation#problemsolving#science#technology#policy
An excellent article on how solving big problems takes more than technology or money. It often requires more than just an ambitious goal - it requires the political support and appropriate resourcing. Author argues that many of the modern innovations such as the email, Facebook etc are smaller, innovations that haven't really had transformative impact on human lives. I wonder though it that is truly the case. For example, if creation... Why we can't solve big problemsOn July 21, 1969, Buzz Aldrin climbed gingerly out of Eagle, Apollo 11's lunar module, and joined Neil Armstrong on the Sea of Tranquility. Looking up, he said, "Beautiful, beautiful, magnificent deso... View or comment on Sunil Joshi's post »Google+ makes sharing on the web more like sharing in real life. Learn more. Join Google+ You have received this message because Sunil Joshi shared it with pavansut.bhaloo@blogger.com. Unsubscribe from these em…

Even God couldn't help Newsweek!

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Good journalism sells fine - just ask the Economist weekly. Newsweek on the other hand, has always been a skin-deep publication. So, despite the effort to pander to the growing demographic of religious zealots in the US, Newsweek lost the battle to keep its print publication. Even God couldn't help the editors! Funny! image found on imgur courtesy an unknown atheist

Islamic Terrorism & the Young Girl

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