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A device that detects electrical signals could be used for chemical monitoring.
A sensor that measures the concentration of viruses in minutes could make possible a handheld device that cheaply and quickly spots pathogens.
Color-coded bacteria light the way to oil spills at sea.
A new noninvasive tool uses electromagnetic waves to measure glucose levels.
MIT researchers used conference badges to collect data on people’s interactions and visualize the social network.
Single-stranded DNA can be used to identify explosives and other airborne compounds.
A new device could help dentists better detect the early signs of tooth decay.
Findings transformed storage and could pave the way for new devices.
A pseudo-transparent screen from Microsoft and Mitsubishi lets people enter data from both sides of a handheld device.
Nissan unveils new technologies that can identify drunk or drowsy drivers.