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A new microfluidics device gives results in 15 minutes.
A microfluidics device connects artificial skin and lymph node.
A new device rapidly analyzes blood for medically relevant genetic variations.
A new biosensor can spot potent cancer-killing immune cells.
Its new chip could be used in easy and cheap diagnostic tests.
Silicon chips and lasers could pick out and count cells on microfluidic devices.
A Seattle company is developing rapid tests for thousands of proteins.
Microfluidics chips allow scientists to study circulating cancer cells and determine their vulnerabilities.
The first artificial cell organelle may help researchers find a way to make bioengineered heparin and other synthetic drugs.