Injecting this sensor under your skin could prevent future pandemics

Rachel Kraus | mashable.com

One of the scariest parts of the coronavirus is its dormant period: An infected person could be walking around further spreading the disease for up to two weeks before they even show any symptoms that they’re sick.

But what if there were a way to know whether a person was sick before the fever and coughing start?

As spotted by Nextgov, biotech company Profusa announced Tuesday that it was initiating a DARPA-funded study to see whether its biosensor that it injects under the skin can help detect the flu up to three weeks early. The hope is that it could eventually be used to root out pandemics or bio-attacks in the future, too.

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