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The oPAD

The oPAD

In this video we take an NPR-style look at the origami Paper Analytical Device.

In this video I take an NPR-style look at the origami Paper Analytical Device, a 3-D paper sensor that was inspired by the ancient paper folding art of origami, and may be able to test for diseases such as malaria and HIV for less than 10 cents a pop. For more on the science of the oPAD, see the press release. The photos are by Alex Wang.

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