The MIT researchers have developed a needle-less injection device that injects drugs through the skin at the speed of sound and without needles. The scientists’ team lead by ProfessorIan Hunter in the MIT’s Department of Mechanical Engineering has developed this jet injection system which delivers the drugs at different depths and works on the mechanism similar like “Lorentz-force actuator.”
The revolutionary technology will benefit diabetics patients who take daily insulin injection, those are afraid of needles, etc.
Watch the video to see how MIT’s needle-less injection device works. The video is also featured on Engadget, Mashable and Gizmodo.