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#TechTuesday: Smartphone fertility tests, laser marked fruit and the return of the Lawnmower Man

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The smartphone-enabled home fertility test

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A new sperm testing device allows men to check on their reproductive health without having to go to the doctor. The Yo Sperm Test, developed by Medical Electronic Systems (MES), works through a smartphone app and a microscope attachment that covers the phone's camera and flash. MES believes the product will allow men to avoid some of the awkwardness of getting their sperm tested at a clinic. This testing process involves the app taking a video of the sperm under the microscope, and then

 

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