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Environmental RNA Reveals Heat Stress in Water Fleas
The eRNA detection method could one day be used to catch early warning signs of distress in wild ecosystems. 
Environmental RNA Reveals Heat Stress in Water Fleas
Environmental RNA Reveals Heat Stress in Water Fleas

The eRNA detection method could one day be used to catch early warning signs of distress in wild ecosystems. 

The eRNA detection method could one day be used to catch early warning signs of distress in wild ecosystems. 

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Small Wearable Patch Performs Continuous Ultrasound
Catherine Offord | Jul 29, 2022 | 2 min read
A device designed by researchers at MIT can image the wearer’s internal organs for up to 48 hours, even as that person exercises, so long as they stay wired up to imaging equipment.
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Environmental DNA Can Be Pulled from the Air
Amanda Heidt | Apr 7, 2021 | 4 min read
A proof-of-concept study uses eDNA in the air to detect mammals, expanding the technique beyond aquatic sampling.
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