A “lab on a chip” built into a USB stick, the device can run off any computer or tablet with a USB and diagnose HIV from small blood samples.
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Researchers from King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST) in Saudi Arabia, and Penn State University recently published a paper in Nature Magazine showcasing their work on a saliva powered microbial fuel cell.
Swiss scientists have developed a tiny, portable personal blood testing laboratory that sends data through mobile phone network
Now Rogers, in a paper published in the journal Science, has unveiled what he calls “transient electronics”, which are made of silicon, magnesium and silk, that can be implanted subcutaneously for a specific purpose and once they have served that purpose will automatically dissolve harmlessly into the human body.
Penn State University researchers have discovered a new technique for sorting cells on a chip no bigger than a dime using acoustic waves.
Nokia and the XPrize Foundation announce the Nokia Sensing X CHALLENGE as a complement to the on-going Qualcomm Tricorder X Challenge.
Researchers at the California Institute of Technology are developing an “electronic nose” that is capable of detecting chemical vapors. The team is led by Nate Lewis, a chemist.
Smartphones have the potential to one day diagnose diseases by taking the lab-on-a-chip concept and using the touchscreens to diagnose fluid samples
A paper recently published in Lab on a Chip (a RSC Publication) by researchers from Harvard Medical School describes a new technique to read ELISA results with a cell phone camera.