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Paper-based microfluidic devices could yield cheap, disposable diagnostic tests.
A startup can detect tiny traces of cancer markers in blood samples.
A diagnostic chip tests saliva to determine if someone is having a heart attack.
Biotech pioneer Leroy Hood explains how systems biology will impact medicine.
A new process identifies mystery microbes.
A cheap MRI machine images lung function more realistically.
A new information system records what pills do to the body.
An innovative technique for detecting different biomarkers could result in a precise, easy-to-use diagnostic tool.
A new system is able to determine exactly where and why wireless networks fail.
A new nanoparticle-based tool could provide a faster, easier way to identify infections.