UC San Diego scientists created a lab on a glove. A wearer swipes the suspected surface (here a tomato) with a thumb, rubs the thumb against the index finger (which contains electrodes), and reads the test result on a smartphone. Illustration courtesy of American Chemical Society

UC San Diego scientists created a lab on a glove. A wearer swipes the suspected surface (here a tomato) with a thumb, rubs the thumb against the index finger (which contains electrodes), and reads the test result on a smartphone. Illustration courtesy of American Chemical Society

— The University of California, San Diego says it has developed a “lab on a glove” to detect sarin, VX and other deadly nerve agents...

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