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'Lab-on-a-chip' can tell the difference between COVID and the flu

Three years into the COVID-19 pandemic, accurate testing remains a challenge, even more so as the virus has mutated over time, becoming more contagious with symptoms that are hard to tell apart from other illnesses. A new ...

The making of a Mona Lisa hologram

Holograms are often displayed in science fiction as colorful, life-sized projections. But what seems like the technology of the future is actually the technology of the present, and now it has been used to recreate the Mona ...

Electronic noses sniff out volatile organic compounds

Volatile organic compounds (VOCs) are chemicals emitted as gases that can have adverse health effects. They are often found in paints, pharmaceuticals, and refrigerants, among other common products, but they can also act ...

Silicon carbide holds promise for integrated photonics

Researchers led by Ou Xin from the Shanghai Institute of Microsystem and Information Technology (SIMIT) of the Chinese Academy of Sciences have recently comprehensively reviewed milestones and challenges in silicon carbide ...

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