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Innovative Sensor Can Screen Toxic Drugs

News   Apr 06, 2017 | Original story from The University of California - Riverside

 
Innovative Sensor Can Screen Toxic Drugs

A glass tube sensor developed by engineers at the University of California, Riverside will allow scientists to weigh tiny biological samples in their native liquid environments. CREDIT: UC Riverside

 
 
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