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Researchers are developing a microfluidics device that can identify cancer cells during a routine visit to the doctor’s office.
A new kind of microscope creates detailed, three-dimensional movies of living cells as they respond to changes in the environment.
NASA engineers are using a new 3-D wireless scanner to inspect the space shuttle’s heat-insulation tiles for flaws.
A study being conducted by psychiatric researchers is using a novel device to monitor patients’ behavior and create a new method for diagnostics.
A way to align nanowires could lead to better sensors and flexible displays.
An ultrasensitive NMR probe could improve the diagnosis of diseases such as Alzheimer’s.
An ultrasensitive method for weighing cells could lead to a cheap and easy-to-use diagnostic device.
A new motor made of nonmagnetic and dielectric materials can power a robotic medical device inside an MRI scanner, significantly improving cancer diagnoses and treatments.
Can microfluidics turn out cheap and powerful alternatives to microarrays?
Researchers are developing a cheap sensor array that distinguishes the breath of patients with lung cancer.