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Verily Life Sciences

Research organization devoted to the study of life sciences.

Verily's mission is to make the world’s health data useful so that people enjoy longer and healthier lives. The company was launched in 2015 and is a subsidiary of Alphabet.

Verily develops tools and devices to collect, organize and activate health data, and creates interventions to prevent and manage disease. The company partners with leading life sciences, medical device and government organizations, using deep hardware, software, scientific, and healthcare expertise to enable faster development, meaningful advances, and deployment at scale.

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Verily Life Sciences Creations

Product

Sensor-based wearable for continuous monitoring.

People at Verily Life Sciences

Company Representative

CEO and Founder at Verily Life Sciences.

Verily Life Sciences News

Alphabet’s Verily offers Study Watch health monitoring wearable

TechCrunch - 14-Apr-2017

Designed with long-term medical research in mind. Will be used for Baseline – a study to track ...

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Adidas releases beta version of All Day, an app to track all aspects of wellness

MobiHealthNews - 28-Mar-2017

Offers customizable workouts, meal plans, mindfulness exercises and sleep tracking. Pairs with A...

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GlaxoSmithKline and Google to develop bioelectronic medicines

Wall Street Journal - 01-Aug-2016

Glaxo and Verily Life Sciences LLC, formerly Google Life Sciences, create Galvani Bioelectronics ...

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Founder of Google’s Stealthy Surgical Robotics Project Speaks

Medium - 14-Dec-2015

This is what everybody is really dreaming of when we talk about robotic surgery! Babak Parviz de...

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Google’s Secretive Robot-Surgery Startup

Wired - 10-Dec-2015

Collaboration with Johnson & Johnson aims to make robots better surgical assistants. Scott Huenn...

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