The technology could be developed as a rapid diagnostic for Covid-19 or other emerging pathogens.
The tabletop diagnostic yields results in an hour and can be programmed to detect variants of the SARS-CoV-2 virus.
Company working with Sikes Lab to test feasibility of low-cost diagnostic that could be manufactured by the millions each day.
Chemical engineer aims to create a test that can work in 10 minutes and doesn’t require specialized instruments or laboratory infrastructure.
Study shows that a simple urine test can reveal the presence of lung cancer in mice.
MIT spinoff is changing the way mosquito-borne illnesses are diagnosed and aims to influence how public health officials react to disease outbreaks.
Public Event on Dec. 8 will explore hacks for rapid diagnostic devices.