NIH Awards $200K For Wearable Alcohol Tracker
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
The National Institutes of Health challenged researchers to improve on current technology for tracking alcohol consumption. The winner was a wristband monitoring technology developed by the firm BACTrack. The device can track alcohol consumption based on the presence of ethanol in the skin and send alerts to linked smartphones.
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