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Fabrics woven from highly conductive, nanotube-coated cotton are wearable biosensors.
Artificial antibodies could be used in cheap, field-ready toxin sensors.
A new biosensor can spot potent cancer-killing immune cells.
Creative chemistry lets an inexpensive, off-the-shelf meter measure a variety of medically important targets.
A simple process turns cocoons into optical devices with biological applications.
A nanoscale biosensor that can detect minute amounts of pathogens could come to market this year.