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A KAIST startup, YBrain, builds a wearable device to cure Alzheimer's​
View : 7179 Date : 2014-06-25 Writer : ed_news

A group of KAIST graduates from the Departments of Bio and Brain Engineering, Computer Science, Materials Science Engineering, and Industrial Design created a startup called YBrain (http://ybrain.com/). YBrain develops a wearable neuroscience technology to treat or reduce the symptoms of degenerative brain diseases such as dementia and Alzheimer’s. Their recent technological developments were covered in e27, one of the leading blogs based in Singapore. The blog covers topics like the latest technology innovation, startups, and entrepreneurship in Asia. A news article follows below:

e27, June 24, 2014

“This wearable tech may be able to combat effects of Alzheimer’s”

http://e27.co/this-wearable-tech-may-be-able-combat-effects-of-alzheimers-20140624/

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