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Researchers at the University of Minnesota print microfluidic channels used for medical testing

Researchers at the University of Minnesota printed microfluidic channels that can automate the production of medical sensors and other applications. The U.S. Army Combat Capabilities Development Command Soldier Center assisted in the development of"...
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