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A microfluidic device that captures circulating tumor cells could give doctors a noninvasive way to diagnose and track cancers.
Millimeter-scale devices could give surgeons the ability to operate on beating hearts.
The advance could lead to noninvasive ways to test for diseases in the womb.
A commercial test could let doctors easily screen for major depressive disorder.
The FDA is poised to decide whether biotech animals should be sold as food.
Genetically modified bacteria can produce enough proteins for super-strong spider silk.
Inexpensive, lightweight device provides basic medical diagnostics and images.