Spinning toy inspires hand powered 3D printed centrifuge device that could assist in diagnosing malaria
Stanford University (CA, USA) researchers took inspiration from a spinning children’s toy to create a 3D printed device that could function as a centrifuge to separate blood samples in remote locations.
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