HOUSTON—Belgium-based imec and its spinoff miDiagnostics are collaborating to develop a device that can acquire and transmit to ground-based medical experts blood counts and blood cell imagery gathered from astronauts on the International Space Station or future deep space missions. Imec is working under a NASA Flight Opportunities program grant. Blood gathered from astronauts in space is currently preserved until it can be return to Earth for analysis. The imec USA Nanoelectronics ...

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