Tag: Diagnostics

Home Diagnostic Kit Can Detect Drugs In Blood And Urine Using Silicon Chips And An iPhone

A new diagnostic system proposed by researchers from Vanderbilt University uses a smartphone to test for drugs, infection, or bacteria in a liquid sample. An app will handle the data processing and perform diagnosis.

Public Health June 13, 2019

Scientists Discover Molecular Lightbulbs For New Form Of MRI: Why This Gets Experts Excited?

A groundbreaking discovery by a team of researchers from Duke University has the potential to enhance the capabilities of MRI scans to reveal the biochemcial reactions that take place internally in our human body.

Life March 28, 2016

Theranos Lab Practices Pose Immediate Jeopardy To Patient Health: US Regulators

U.S. regulators sent a letter to Theranos Inc., saying its Newark, California facility has deficient lab practices. The non-compliance of the lab is said to pose immediate jeopardy to patient safety.

Life January 28, 2016

Physicists Use Sound To Levitate Cells And Check For Cancer

The technology is adapted from a process used to find miniscule impurities in rocket fuel.

Life November 10, 2015

Chevrolet Vehicles Can Soon Warn Drivers of Potential Breakdowns, Problematic Parts

New technology being developed by Chevrolet could inform drivers of problematic parts even before the issue begins to affect the vehicle. The technology will be released in 2016 models of certain Chevrolet vehicles.

CES 2015 January 5, 2015

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