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

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

Penn engineers develop faster way to make drug microparticles

Penn engineers develop faster way to make drug microparticles

New microfluidic device captures tumor-specific EVs to guide cancer diagnosis and treatment

New microfluidic device captures tumor-specific EVs to guide cancer diagnosis and treatment

Advanced flow chemistry modules enhance control of nanoprecipitation

Advanced flow chemistry modules enhance control of nanoprecipitation

Research uses AMSBIO’s 3D organoid technology to develop mouse model of advanced colon cancer

Research uses AMSBIO’s 3D organoid technology to develop mouse model of advanced colon cancer

Home-based semen analysis kit could provide rapid, cost-effective way to test male fertility

Home-based semen analysis kit could provide rapid, cost-effective way to test male fertility

New low-cost microfluidic device brings single-cell technology to bedside

New low-cost microfluidic device brings single-cell technology to bedside

Scientists develop green chemistry method to improve pharmaceutical manufacturing efficiency

Scientists develop green chemistry method to improve pharmaceutical manufacturing efficiency

AMSBIO develops innovative microfluidic platform for cancer research

AMSBIO develops innovative microfluidic platform for cancer research

New technique enables 3D printing of living cells

New technique enables 3D printing of living cells

Epigenetics: A New Tool for Forensic Detectives

Epigenetics: A New Tool for Forensic Detectives

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

New device uses fast-moving fluids to insert conductive carbon nanotube fibers into the brain

New device uses fast-moving fluids to insert conductive carbon nanotube fibers into the brain

Tufts professor receives early-career award from AFOSR for ultra-high-resolution bio-imaging

Tufts professor receives early-career award from AFOSR for ultra-high-resolution bio-imaging

Placenta-on-a-chip device mimics microenvironment of malaria in the womb to develop treatments

Placenta-on-a-chip device mimics microenvironment of malaria in the womb to develop treatments

BYU researchers 3D-print first viable microfluidic device

BYU researchers 3D-print first viable microfluidic device

Newest addition to Hamilton's PSD/4 precision syringe drive product family announced

Newest addition to Hamilton's PSD/4 precision syringe drive product family announced

Researchers produce 'silk micrococoons' that could store sensitive molecular materials

Researchers produce 'silk micrococoons' that could store sensitive molecular materials

Novel technique to study flow of liquids offers hope for tackling blood diseases

Novel technique to study flow of liquids offers hope for tackling blood diseases

Aflatoxin detection in milk research, the SYMPHONY project, is completed

Aflatoxin detection in milk research, the SYMPHONY project, is completed