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A new nanoparticle-based tool could provide a faster, easier way to identify infections.
A new kind of microscope creates detailed, three-dimensional movies of living cells as they respond to changes in the environment.
Researchers are developing a cheap sensor array that distinguishes the breath of patients with lung cancer.
Using tiny bubbles to perform logical operations could lead to smart lab-on-a-chip devices for drug discovery and chemical and biological analyses.
Its new chip could be used in easy and cheap diagnostic tests.
A Seattle company is developing rapid tests for thousands of proteins.
A new kind of sensor could one day be used to detect lung cancer.
An ultrasensitive test can spot bacteria in a half hour.
New diagnosis methods could reduce invasive and unnecessary surgery.