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“Death galaxy” chip shows bacteria evolve antibiotic resistance at a surprising pace.
A microfluidics approach could be ideal for harnessing electricity from footsteps.
A roundup of the most significant technologies to come to market in 2010.
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RainDance Technologies says its method of amplifying DNA in drops of water will expand clinical genetic testing.
A credit-card-sized diagnostic device can perform a task normally carried out by complex equipment.
A startup rolls out a cheap, disposable microfluidics test.
A startup is developing a new and potentially much cheaper sequencing technology based on microfluidics.
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