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January 5th, 2004
Biochip Holds Millions of Vessels
Researchers are putting more of the pieces together to construct full-blown labs-on-a-chip, a possibility that promises inexpensive, hand-held biological, chemical and medical tests similar to the way the computer chip revolutionized electronics. Researchers from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology and IBM Research have found a way to make and organize tiny containers that could be used on labs-on-a-chip.
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