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Some skin cancers may originate in hair follicles

Some skin cancers may originate in hair follicles

Varied diets may be the cause for differences in human and non-human primate saliva

Varied diets may be the cause for differences in human and non-human primate saliva

Mount Sinai Brooklyn launches FastER Track program to expedite care for patients

Mount Sinai Brooklyn launches FastER Track program to expedite care for patients

Scientists receive $1.6 million grant to study impact of phthalate exposure on male fertility

Scientists receive $1.6 million grant to study impact of phthalate exposure on male fertility

Beckman Coulter receives BARDA funding to develop novel sepsis detection algorithm

Beckman Coulter receives BARDA funding to develop novel sepsis detection algorithm

Scientists modify a toxic protein to create a biosensor

Scientists modify a toxic protein to create a biosensor

New BD MAX Check-Points CPO assay receives FDA 510(k) clearance

New BD MAX Check-Points CPO assay receives FDA 510(k) clearance

Novel, cost-effective method successfully identifies aggressive tumors

Novel, cost-effective method successfully identifies aggressive tumors

Rutgers selected to speed up development of biomedical health technologies

Rutgers selected to speed up development of biomedical health technologies

First effective noninvasive method for diagnosing early-stage liver diseases

First effective noninvasive method for diagnosing early-stage liver diseases

Researchers develop new test to detect nutrient deficiencies in harsh environments

Researchers develop new test to detect nutrient deficiencies in harsh environments

NUS researchers use glowing nanoparticles to control biological processes

NUS researchers use glowing nanoparticles to control biological processes

Flinders University study provides new insights into how the colon functions

Flinders University study provides new insights into how the colon functions

New research could help better understand progress of breast cancer

New research could help better understand progress of breast cancer

Sense Biodetection raises £12.3m to develop instrument-free, point-of-care molecular diagnostic tests

Sense Biodetection raises £12.3m to develop instrument-free, point-of-care molecular diagnostic tests

Skin cancer diagnosis using AI technology could be as accurate as clinical specialist

Skin cancer diagnosis using AI technology could be as accurate as clinical specialist

Faster Identification of Bacterial Infections Using Raman Spectroscopy Could Save Lives

Faster Identification of Bacterial Infections Using Raman Spectroscopy Could Save Lives

New research may contribute to diagnostics of cancer

New research may contribute to diagnostics of cancer

New way to detect and attack cancer cells using solar technology

New way to detect and attack cancer cells using solar technology

First-line antihypertensives may not be most effective, study shows

First-line antihypertensives may not be most effective, study shows