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RIT to develop hybrid biological cell separations technology for lab-on-chip devices

20:00 EDT 8 Oct 2017 | AAAS

(Rochester Institute of Technology) Research being done at Rochester Institute of Technology to refine lab-on-chip devices -- highly sophisticated laboratories on microchips -- will provide more detailed and timely information to detect diseases such as cancer.

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