SAN DIEGO, CA – May 1, 2012 – GLYSENS INCORPORATED is featured in the May 2012 issue of Scientific American, in an article entitled “Smart Implantable Devices”. In the article, author Katherine Harmon reports: “A new implantable glucose sensor made by GlySens in San Diego might someday offer millions of diabetics a wireless monitoring system of their own. The device takes near-continuous readings under the skin of a patient’s glucose level- which is then correlated to the level in the blood. The result: far more accurate and more complete information for guiding insulin dosing and timing than can be achieved by testing blood from finger pricks. And because the sensor is implanted, it requires less upkeep than current external monitors.”