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It’s being called a “lab on a chip.” A credit card-sized plastic chip can test blood samples – as little as 1 microliter – for HIV and syphilis, and it only takes 20 minutes to do it. The chip has already been field tested.
North Carolina State University has landed a $25 million federal grant to lead scientists at 13 universities and other organizations in finding better ways to combat noroviruses, which cause more than 5 million cases of food-borne illness each year.
North Carolina State University has received a $25 million federal grant to research noroviruses and food safety across the food supply chain.
North Carolina State University on Tuesday received a $25 million federal grant to lead scientists at 13 universities and other organizations in finding better ways to combat noroviruses, which cause more than 5 million cases of food-borne illness ea
Nicole Barnes discusses RTI International's international development work.
The skinned knee is a hallmark of childhood summers.
The first field trial for a “lab on a chip” accurately detected both HIV and syphilis among a Rwandan population, researchers reported Sunday.
The BioSense program, created by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in the wake of the 2001 terrorist attacks, is remaking itself to provide a cloud-based collaboration platform for federal, state and local health officials.
The Institute for the Ages is seeking "start-up funding" from Sarasota County's Economic Development Fund. The County Commission will decide this week whether to grant the request.
If you have low "health literacy," defined as having difficulty understanding medical information, your health may be at risk.