‘The Silk Road’: How do you take technology out of the lab and into the world?

How to take discoveries out of the lab and into the lives of patients was the subject of the HUBweek panel discussion in the Ragon Institute’s auditorium.

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. — The translucent rectangle looked like the plastic slip that might be protecting a new phone when it first emerges from its box.

But when Fiorenzo Omenetto pulled it out of his pocket at a panel discussion on Wednesday, he did so to demonstrate the . “It’s sort of like my parlor trick,” said the Tufts professor of engineering as

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