The bottle uses lights to alert a patient that it’s time to take medication.
By Bonnie PetrieMarch 5, 2019 10:00 amHealth & Science, Tech & Innovation
This is the most recent design of PATCH, a "smart" pill bottle developed by Trinity University students Gavin Buchanan and Andrew Aertker.
From Texas Public Radio:
A pair of Trinity University undergrads who set out to create something to help people take opioid medication with less risk have instead developed a product that has the potential to improve how new medications are tested all over the world.
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