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Speedy testing for STIs - revolutionising point-of-care treatment 06 April, 2017 Sexually transmitted infections (STIs) take a day to diagnose in the lab,... > read more

It’s in the blood – assessing average blood-sugar levels 06 April, 2017 US researchers have developed a more precise method for estimating...

Bone of contention – does ultrasound help to heal fractures? 15 February, 2017 Ultrasound is performed to help speed the healing of bone fractures, but...

From outer space to life science – compact gamma cameras 15 February, 2017 Gamma cameras are traditionally large devices that are situated in...

Heart of the matter - PET/CT scanning 15 February, 2017 For more than a decade, emergency-room patients have been informed as...

Screening: put to new use 15 February, 2017 The medical imaging community is debating the ethics of...

Model children – 3D foetal imaging using Occulus Rift 15 February, 2017 Virtual reality could soon let us see inside a growing foetus. Using...

In sync: phase-contrast imaging 15 February, 2017 A team of engineers at University College London have developed an...

Live fast, die young – strokes and heart attacks in the young 14 February, 2017 Middle Eastern youths in their twenties are now suffering strokes and...

Not so fast – diabetes in the Middle East 14 February, 2017 The holy month of Ramadan is a time of sacrifice and...

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