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Forget the New iPad - Check Out the oPAD

Forget the New iPad - Check Out the oPAD
The origami Paper Analytical Device (oPAD) is easy to fold and may cheaply save lives. GizMag writes up the origami Paper Analytical Device (oPAD), developed by chemists Richard Crooks and Hong Liu as a potential low cost test for diseases like malaria and HIV.
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Monday, 19 April 2021

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