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    This Swiss watch would power, and be powered by, a heartbeat /Link

    clockwork_heart Swiss researchers have given a literal twist to the proverbial ticker, designing a clock-like device that could help power pacemakers by harvesting energy from the heart itself — just like an automatic watch harvests movement from the motion of the wrist. Read More

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    Published on 12 Jan 2017 at 02:27AM

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