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Lab-on-a-chip

Researchers across Europe are hoping to develop new technology to help combat two of the most aggressive brain cancers. more

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Despite suggestions that the FDA isn't interested in lab-on-a-chip technology, advancements in this field are showing increasing potential for the healthcare sector, says Lu Rahman. more

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IBM Research state that the development of nano medical devices will help us know if we need to see a doctor. more

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According to IBM's latest predictions, medical device labs-on-a-chip will serve as health detectives for tracing disease at the nanoscale. more

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Dianax, an Italian medtech diagnostic start-up, has received a €2 million EU grant for its diabetes lab-on-chip more

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J-Pac Medical, is offering development kits to allow customers to test the use of frangible and burst seal blisters with their microfluidic formats more

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Making a mark: As counterfeiting continues to grow, Nano4u explains the significance of covert injection moulded ‘watermark’ features for authentication of moulded medical parts more

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Factor in: Porex takes a look at factors affecting molecular test results in polymeric consumables more

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Organs-on-chips are clear, flexible polymer devices about the size of a computer memory stick containing hollow microfluidic channels lined by living human cells. They allow researchers to recapitulate physiological and mechanical organ functions. more

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