The future of health care could be found in a tiny paper thin skin patch that collects vital information The Bio patch sensor developed by researchers at Stockholm's KTH Royal Institute of Technology is inexpensive ... - Read More
Released 3 20 2013 12 00 PM EDTEmbargo expired 3 21 2013 12 00 PM EDTSource Newsroom University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey UMDNJ more news from this source Mar 21 2013 NEWARK ... - Read More
Collaborators from Mayo Illinois Alliance for Technology Based Healthcare have developed a new single molecule test for detecting methylated DNA Methylation the addition of a methyl group of molecules to a DNA strand is one ... - Read More
New research on household pesticide contamination emphasizes the need for less reliance on pesticides and more emphasis on neatness blocking cracks where insects can enter and other so called integrated pest management IPM measures scientists ... - Read More
Released 3 1 2013 11 55 AM ESTSource Newsroom American Association for Clinical Chemistry AACC more news from this source Mar 1 2013 WASHINGTON – New research appearing online today in Clinical Chemistry the journal ... - Read More
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Chemists at Boston College have designed a new class of catalysts triggered by the charge of a single proton the team reports in the most recent edition of the journal Nature The simple organic molecules ... - Read More
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The nanotechnology research space is rapidly growing with vast implications for the healthcare consumer electronics surveillance and defense industries However a major limitation to this research is the ability to create particles that vary in ... - Read More
A new way of growing graphene without the defects that weaken it and prevent electrons from flowing freely within it could open the way to large scale manufacturing of graphene based devices with applications in ... - Read More
children who have lost one or both parents to the disease A low cost mobile device that performs HIV testing could help combat these trends and the overall global epidemic by enabling the diagnosis and ... - Read More
Released 1 15 2013 10 45 AM ESTSource University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey UMDNJ Investigators probe mechanisms of RNA synthesis Jan 16 2013 NEWARK N J – One of the most extraordinary ... - Read More
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