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New data processing is microscopy game changer

Fluorescence processing time shrinks from months to hours

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RADx Tech: Diagnosing Disease-Delivering Health

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Engineers 3D-print sensors onto moving organs

New process prints biomedical devices in and on human body.

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Neural network can determine lung cancer severity

Machine learning analyzes CT lung cancer images, guides treatment.

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New imaging method tracks brain’s elusive networks

High-density EEG images path of normal, abnormal brain signals.

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Rapid Acceleration of Diagnostics Tech

NIH’s new Rapid Acceleration of Diagnostics initiative, or RADx Tech, aims to bring accurate, rapid, and easy-to-use COVID diagnostic tests to all Americans. Learn how NIBIB’s Point of Care network has mobilized engineers and innovators across the country to create different types of tests for use in a variety of settings and communities to help overcome this global crisis.

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