A new portable ultrasound aims to spur a revolution in diagnosis and treatment to come, writes The Hartford Courant.

About four years ago, a group of biomedical engineers walked out of the Guilford laboratory where they had tried and failed for four years to do something new: fit all the technology of diagnostic ultrasound on a chip.

Frustrated and defeated, they thought they would stage a coup — at least that’s how it looked to their boss, Jonathan Rothberg, whom they approached in the little, waterfront cafe next to his $100 million company, Butterfly Network.

Get the full story at the Hartford Courant.