A new way to make reagents for COVID-19 testing could boost our capacity for testing and make producing future tests easier.
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A new COVID-19 test could be a lot simpler. “The idea is to have a paper-based system where people can just look at it and say, yes, you have it, or not.”
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Engineers are solving problems with testing and treatment for COVID-19, including designing new medical equipment and better nasal swabs.
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Though it's yet to be validated or approved by the FDA, a new potential test for COVID-19 could deliver results in less than 10 minutes.
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"If we can [get a] result faster, that also protects our friends and loved ones... who are going into the clinic. My best friends are going to war."
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If you've ever had a mammogram or an MRI you know how uncomfortable the tests can be. New stretchable, wearable RF coils could change that.
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A new "scorecard" that looks at 29 different genes could be a tool to improve cancer diagnosis. It may also help predict patient survivability.
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