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A program to boost TB drug compliance rewards patients with cell-phone minutes.
A prototype device employs the same magnetic phenomenon used to write data to computer hard drives.
By adding tape, researchers can make more-complex tests that are portable and cheap.
A cheap chip rapidly identifies cancer proteins in a drop of blood.
Skin-cancer tumors give off a characteristic odor profile that could be used for early detection.
A carbon-nanotube radio receiver can detect individual gold atoms.
Paper-based microfluidic devices could yield cheap, disposable diagnostic tests.
A new system is able to determine exactly where and why wireless networks fail.
Researchers are developing a microfluidics device that can identify cancer cells during a routine visit to the doctor’s office.
NASA engineers are using a new 3-D wireless scanner to inspect the space shuttle’s heat-insulation tiles for flaws.