Engineers at Duke University have shown that nanosized silver cubes can make diagnostic tests that rely on fluorescence easier to read by making them more than 150 times brighter. Combined with an emerging point-of-care diagnostic platform already shown capable of detecting small traces of viruses and other biomarkers, the approach could allow such tests to become much cheaper and more widespread. Continue reading at Physorg
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The USWNT, which beat the Netherlands in penalty kicks Friday, will clinch an Olympic medal with a win over Canada. ...