Contact: Abby Vogel
Georgia Institute of Technology Research News
Caption: Assistant professor Maysam Ghovanloo (top) and graduate student Xueliang Huo, both of Georgia Tech's School of Electrical and Computer Engineering, test their drug compliance monitoring system on an artificial neck. As a magnetic pill passes through the esophagus, the date and time are sent wirelessly to the computer and recorded.
Credit: Gary Meek
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