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Science Announces Top Ten Research Advances Of 1998

.... Major microelectronics firms have nowentered the biochip business after taking notice of this technology's potential. Quantum Leaps: "Teleportation"-mysteriously moving people or things to adifferent place-is hot stuff in science fiction, but this year researchers inthe U.S. and Europe teleported informat...

Artificial Gels Could Speed DNA Sequencing

... of applied and engineering physics, described his biochip research in a talk, "DNA Motion in Nanofabricated ...at an early stage, running DNA samples through the biochip to see how fragments of different lengths can be identified. They mount the chips between two micro...

NRC takes lead in the development of a national program for multi-million dollar biochip technologies

...NRC) today is hosting an international workshop on biochip technologies andtheir potential impact on the Cana...ership rolein the mounting of a national effort on biochip technologies. In particular,biochips are needed by researchers to push forward genomics research in...

Argonne biochips may halt tuberculosis epidemic

A new biochip technology developed by Russian and American scien...ey to controllingthe disease. Argonne will use the biochip technology in research to distinguish betweendifferent tuberculosis strains. The tests will be done ...

DNA biochip may lead to fast genetic screening, more effective drugs

...at once." Gao says there currently are many other biochip technologies available or in development, and the ...ips. She says the quality, suitability and cost of biochip products need to be significantly improved before most researchers or doctors can afford to use them...

New sensor being designed to detect, identify invisible agents faster

...mple volume of air or water. The new detector or biochip under development has an optical based system. Its designers have increased the sensitivity of what the chip can "see" or sense, consequently improving its response time. Each pixel on the detector reads the mass and conformation of a different chemi...

NIST chemists define and refine properties of plastic microsystems

There may well be a plastic biochip in your future, thanks in part to the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). Microfluidics devices, also known as "lab-on-a-chip" systems, are miniaturized chemical and biochemical analyzers that one day may be used for quick, inexpen...

ASM Biodefense Research Meeting

... to vaccine development Use of advanced laser and biochip technologies for biodefense Comprehensive media facilities will be available. The press center will be located in the Baltimore Marriott Waterfront Hotel. Program and abstract books, news releases and information about daily press activities will b...

Disease diagnosis, drug development focus of UH prof's biochip research

...the way to disease diagnosis and drug development, biochip research at the University of Houston will be pres... scientists among the 21 invited speakers. "The biochip industry is a new and nearly billion-dollar industry and is ready to grow 10- to 100-fold very short...

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