We've already seen a robotic device that's capable of inserting intravenous needles in people's arms. Now, researchers from New Jersey's Rutgers University have designed an automated system for drawing and analyzing blood samples, which could potentially increase efficiency and reduce the human error factor in medical settings...
Continue Reading Robotic device is made to draw blood

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Lab on a Chip

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Rutgers University


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