A device that allows early disease detection through weekly, in-home saliva analysis using nanotechnology. Through collection of continuous, non-invasive health data we can identify undiscovered biomarkers of disease, monitor their changes over time and create a deeper understanding of the human body.
GRADUATE STUDIES PROGRAM
Singularity University’s Graduate Studies Program (GSP) is a 10-week educational program held each year from June through August at the NASA Research Park in Silicon Valley. The GSP accepts 80 participants with multidisciplinary backgrounds who apply through direct admission or win Global Impact Competitions.
Participants are exposed to an intensive, interactive, multicultural experience combining curriculum on exponential technologies with peer-to-peer teaching and learning opportunities in addition to hands-on workshops and site visits. The GSP creates an unparalleled opportunity for participants to collaborate in small teams to design innovative technology solutions that will improve the lives of 1 billion people worldwide over the next decade.
For more information, please visit singularityu.org/gsp.