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ASU Researchers Seek to Create More Effective Diagnostics Tests

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ASU’s Biodesign Institute is on the cutting edge of bio-science. It houses the research of professors like Chad Borges and Tony Hu, which has the potential to save millions of lives.

“The scientists here not only come from all over the world but all sorts of disciplines,” Joe Caspermeyer, Biodesign Institute’s communications representative, said. “We have about 100 research scientists working here, about 500 personnel and 13 research centers working to solve everything from big problems (like cancer) to the latest outbreaks like Zika.” Read more . . .

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