Micronics, a privately held microfluidics company in Redmond, Wash., has been developing a microfluidics microcytometry chip in collaboration with Honeywell that could be used as a mobile diagnostic device on a field soldier’s wrist.

This three-year, $4 million project, for which the company received funding two years ago fromDARPA’s BioFlips program, centers around development of the company’s plastic microfluidics technology.

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Dog DNA testing finds that some purebreds might not truly be purebreds, Inside Edition reports.

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