Low-Maintenance, Inexpensive Biosensor R&D Advocated By NIH Panelists
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
Diagnostic sensor R&D activities should focus on relatively inexpensive devices that can be used with minimal training, scientists told NIH during the Bioengineering Consortium Symposium (BECON) June 26
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