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Bioelectronics at SXSW 2016


You may be wondering why a pharmaceutical company would attend a cutting edge technology and digital festival like SXSW Interactive, which brings together the brightest minds in emerging technology. It’s simple: here at GSK, innovation (PDF) is our business. For the past 150 years, we’ve been developing innovative medicines, vaccines and consumer healthcare products that are used by millions of people around the world.

And we aren’t slowing down. We continue to look at new ways to innovate in the healthcare space. In fact last year at SXSW 2015, we presented our work on biosensors in partnership with McLaren. And this year for SXSW 2016, we’re presenting our work on bioelectronic medicine in a session called Inner Space: Bioelectronics and Medicine's Future

 

What is bioelectronics

 

How does it work?

 

What parts can bioelectronics affect

 

What diseases can be treated

 

How small is a device

 

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