Use your tears to test glucose levels

A new type of diagnostic sensor could allow diabetics to test glucose levels using tears, sweat or urine rather than a blood sample. A Purdue University Ph.D. candidate developed it, and the group is seeking to publish its findings in the journal Advanced Functional Materials. The test, as developed, is designed to detect glucose in much smaller concentrations than currently possible. Someday, perhaps, the old pinprick tests could be a thing of the past. Release

Suggested Articles

Spinal Elements, maker of a wide range of implants and products for minimally invasive spine procedures, has filed a $100 million IPO.

United Airlines will begin providing COVID-19 screening tests for passengers, allowing those who test negative to skip local quarantine requirements.

Babson Diagnostics has closed its series A funding round with a total of $13.7 million and named a new CEO.