By  on September 8, 2014

LONDON — Professor Christofer Toumazou has zero background in beauty, but that has not stopped the award-winning engineer and inventor from launching Geneu, a skin-care brand involving a quick DNA test that takes place on a microchip.

Toumazou, Regius Professor of Engineering at Imperial College London and a Fellow of the Royal Society, has used microchip technology to mimic and replace biological functions, creating cochlear implants for children born deaf; artificial pancreases for people with type 1 diabetes, and wireless heart monitors that track patients’ health before and after operations.

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