Progressive Engineer, the online magazine and information source, has posted a profile of Jerome Schultz, a biomedical engineer who heads the Center for Biotechnology and Bioengineering at the University of Pittsburgh and has gained a reputation for being on the cutting edge of biotechnical advances. Most notably, he has developed a sensor that may eliminate the need for diabetics to rely on needles for blood glucose checks. This takes the form of an implantable sensor consisting of a porous tube in the dermis layer of the skin.
You can see this at http://www.ProgressiveEngineer.com/frm_pro3.htm. Thank you.
Tom Gibson, P.E.