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Powered by Blood: Innovative Chip Provides Real-Time Health Monitoring

Researchers at the University of Pittsburgh have developed a portable lab-on-a-chip device that uses blood to generate electricity, enabling on-the-spot diagnosis. This technology, which measures blood electrical conductivity, can assess health parameters and may transform healthcare by facilitating real-time, non-invasive testing.

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