Paper "chip" could diagnose ailments in developing world

03/1/2010 | CNN

Harvard University chemistry professor George Whitesides is developing a blood test that could help health workers in developing countries test for several diseases at once, including HIV, hepatitis and tuberculosis. The "chips," made with comic book ink, interact with blood samples to display instant results.

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