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Plug-and-Play Diagnostic Devices Developed

News   May 16, 2018 | Original story from MIT

 
Plug-and-Play Diagnostic Devices Developed

Jose Gomez-Marquez, co-director of MIT’s Little Devices Lab, holds a sheet of paper diagnostic blocks, which can be easily printed and then combined in various ways to create customized diagnostic devices. Credit: Melanie Gonick/MIT

 
 
 

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