Oct. 20, Digital Journal: Dr. Paul Smith, intelliFLEX board member and VP of the Xerox Research Centre of Canada, recently sat down with Digital Journal for a Q&A on work being done at Xerox on the merging of 3D printing and printed electronics. Possible innovations include technology allowing athletes to wear mouth guards that monitor heart rate, oxygen, glucose and cortisol levels, feeding the data to coaches on the sidelines or behind the bench. Other applications include smart drug packages relaying data to pharmacies on patient medication use.

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