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Washington, Dec. 6 (ANI): Researchers have used novel techniques to modify inexpensive imaging devices, like a webcam selling for ten euros and a mobile phone camera, into a mini-microscope.
UNITAID helps accessing quality drugs at affordable prices Sep 2, 6:28 pm
New Delhi, Sept.2 (ANI): At an interactive session with Indian pharmaceuticals and diagnostics industry leaders organized by FICCI and UNITAID, Dr. Denis Broun, Executive Director, UNITAID, explained how the organization was addressing market shortcomings through a wide range of actions, rather than only by procuring products.
New Delhi, Mar. 23 (ANI): President Pranab Mukherjee has said India has, and will continue to lead the fight against TB.
Now, app that takes care of your car problems Mar 13, 4:28 pm
Melbourne, Mar. 13 (ANI): A new device and app has been developed that will keep check on a car's engine, fuel economy, driving habits and parking location.
`Bigfoot` partially human, DNA study claims Nov 28, 10:31 am
Washington, November 28 (ANI): The legendary Bigfoot is a human relative that arose some 15,000 years ago, a genetic study by a Texas veterinarian has reportedly claimed.
Washington, October 7 (ANI): A bioengineer has developed a way to make regular paper stick to medically interesting molecules.
Washington, May 1 (ANI): Highly religious people are less motivated by compassion when helping a stranger than are atheists, agnostics and less religious people, a new research has revealed.
Washington, Apr 18 (ANI): Indian researchers have come up with a new quantum mechanical-based biosensor that offers tremendous potential for detecting biomolecules at ultra-low concentrations, from instant point-of-care disease diagnostics, to detection of trace substances for forensics and security.
Tiny medical device can propel itself through bloodstream Feb 23, 1:26 pm
Washington, Feb 23 (ANI): Stanford engineers have developed a wirelessly powered, self-propelled medical device that can propel itself through the blood stream to deliver drugs, perform diagnostics or microsurgeries.
Washington, Aug 12 (ANI): Researchers at the University of Illinois have designed an ultra-thin electronic device that can be applied to skin like a temporary tattoo and can be used in sensing, medical diagnostics, communications and human-machine interfaces.
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