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An ultrasensitive test can spot bacteria in a half hour.
A microfluidic chip that integrates a light sensor detects blood proteins.
Micrometers-wide tubes that grow spontaneously could be used to make tiny chemical devices.
By adding tape, researchers can make more-complex tests that are portable and cheap.
A cheap chip rapidly identifies cancer proteins in a drop of blood.
A new microfluidic system offers a different way to move water.
A high-resolution, lens-free microscope fits on a dime-size chip.
A microfluidic device may effectively filter out pathogens that trigger septic shock.
Paper-based microfluidic devices could yield cheap, disposable diagnostic tests.