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The new approach, which features a heat-sensitive fluorescent dye, could eventually replace standard chemotherapy.
Made from cheap, mass-producible parts, the device could help scientists learn how the brain directs movement.
A modified virus makes cancer cells fluoresce to better identify tumors.
A cheap smart-phone microscope could bring fluorescent medical imaging to areas with limited access to health care.