Ageing and Longevity

How can wearable technology increase our lifespans?

Wearable technology is changing what we know about our dietary needs. Image: Unsplash/Luke Chesser

Peter Rogers

Professor, University of Melbourne


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Wearable technology devices like the tooth-mounted sensor might be able to tell us the exact molecular composition of our diet. Image: Tseng et al, Advanced Materials


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