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Acoustic cellsorting chip may lead to cell phonesized medical labs

Acoustic cellsorting chip may lead to cell phonesized medical labs


Acoustic cell-sorting chip may lead to cell phone-sized medical labs

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Rapid, accurate genetic sequencing soon may be within reach of every doctor's office if recent research from the National Institute of Standards and ...

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Rice University making reliable 3-D memories from silicon oxide and graphene.

... cells in the body. It has the potential to offer a safe and effective new tool for cancer researchers, clinicians, and patients,” Dr. Subra Suresh says.

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A current focus in global health research is to make medical tests that are not just cheap, but virtually free. One such strategy is to start with paper ...

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Nanomotors are controlled, for the first time, inside living cells

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How the body uses vitamin B to recognise bacterial infection.

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Roll up: Plastic RFID tags printed with a roll-to-roll process could replace barcodes if developers can get the price down to a penny or less.

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... that lays the foundations for the future development of new therapies against aging. The device consists of nanoparticles that can selectively release ...


Automated Medical Implant Manufacturing Process Blends Technologies | EMDT - European Medical Device Technology

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New metamaterials device focuses sound waves like a camera lens

Controlling graphene nanopores may reduce the cost of sequencing DNA

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Amazing Microfluidic Chip Emulates Living Organs and Tissues. Conditioner Blood

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