Contact: Chris Emery
Princeton University, Engineering School
Caption: Princeton engineers, assistant professor Micheal McAlpine and graduate student Manu Mannoor, have developed an electronic chip that may replace horseshoe crab blood for testing drugs and medical devices for contamination and could relieve pressure on two threatened species of animals.
Credit: Photo: Frank Wojciechowski
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