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Advances in the field of nanotechnology have led to the development of miniaturized devices called lab-on-a-chip (LOC). Lithography, in particular, has helped create nanoscale impressions on the surface of metals and semiconductors.
Breakthrough technology offers hope for early diagnosis of type 1 diabetes

Breakthrough technology offers hope for early diagnosis of type 1 diabetes

Technology breakthrough could enable detection of fetal genetic abnormalities in early pregnancy

Technology breakthrough could enable detection of fetal genetic abnormalities in early pregnancy

New collaboration integrates Intabio's Blaze solution with Bruker's mass spectrometers

New collaboration integrates Intabio's Blaze solution with Bruker's mass spectrometers

New lab-on-a-chip device shows promise in treating retinal diseases

New lab-on-a-chip device shows promise in treating retinal diseases

Innovative device shows promise in capturing and releasing circulating tumor cells

Innovative device shows promise in capturing and releasing circulating tumor cells

Scientists develop rapid test that could revolutionize diagnostics of infectious diseases

Scientists develop rapid test that could revolutionize diagnostics of infectious diseases

Research project aims to find new ways to identify and treat most aggressive brain cancers

Research project aims to find new ways to identify and treat most aggressive brain cancers

Researchers develop sensing method for early detection of cancer and diabetes

Researchers develop sensing method for early detection of cancer and diabetes

New technique enables 3D printing of living cells

New technique enables 3D printing of living cells

Scientists imitate the Human Blood-retinal barrier on a microfluidic chip

Scientists imitate the Human Blood-retinal barrier on a microfluidic chip

KU researchers win $10.8 NIH grant to study cancer, neurological disorders, lung and heart diseases

KU researchers win $10.8 NIH grant to study cancer, neurological disorders, lung and heart diseases

Researchers find way to switch tumor cells between 2D and 3D morphology

Researchers find way to switch tumor cells between 2D and 3D morphology

University of Akron researcher awarded NSF grant to study bone remodeling

University of Akron researcher awarded NSF grant to study bone remodeling

BYU researchers 3D-print first viable microfluidic device

BYU researchers 3D-print first viable microfluidic device

Pitt researcher aims to develop 'smart biomaterials' for reprogramming mammalian cell signaling

Pitt researcher aims to develop 'smart biomaterials' for reprogramming mammalian cell signaling

Band-Aid sized device produces sweat even when patient is relaxed and cool

Band-Aid sized device produces sweat even when patient is relaxed and cool

New portable device can quickly find markers of sepsis from single drop of blood

New portable device can quickly find markers of sepsis from single drop of blood

New lab-on-a chip predicts preterm birth risk

New lab-on-a chip predicts preterm birth risk

Scientists use supercomputers to test new techniques for early cancer detection

Scientists use supercomputers to test new techniques for early cancer detection

Japanese scientists develop solar-light-driven fully integrated microfluidic device for miniaturized systems

Japanese scientists develop solar-light-driven fully integrated microfluidic device for miniaturized systems