100 years ago, doctors sent a heartbeat over a phone line, as reported by Popular Science in 1921 , but devices enabling remote care may have finally found their moment: The pandemic could be a long-awaited turning point for telemedicine
This piece looks back 100 years into Popular Science‘s archives to a story that covered the first experiments with electricity used to measure human emotions. We’ve come a long way, but polygraphs and other emotional sensors are still imperfect after a century of practice. Can we make ourselves more empathetic? 100 years of research still […]
“The need to rapidly deploy supplementary, state-of-the-art medical care — including the ability to properly quarantine — to regions of the world where existing medical infrastructure has been overwhelmed by contagion or crippled by catastrophe has never been greater.” How about airship hospitals, an idea first floated 100 years ago? Check out my new article […]
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