Vessels that can carry blood have emerged as a way to make a big difference in the lives of people in the developing world.
That’s according to the researchers who developed the first blood vessel-like device.
The technology, which is now being tested in the United States and Europe, can be used to deliver oxygen in the lungs or bloodstream, but the researchers said it can also be used in other ways.
A prototype of the device can be seen below, which uses an internal micrometer to measure oxygen concentration in the blood.
While a prototype has been successfully tested in a lab, it’s still in development.
The device, which can be mounted on a mask or a wristband, uses a process known as electrospray ionization to release a high-energy beam of ions to release blood into the air.
When the beam is released, it can release oxygen in an instant.
In this photo, a small blood vessel is seen in the foreground.
The team’s device is a simple, portable device, and it’s being tested on people in India, Kenya, and Brazil, all countries that have a high rate of malaria deaths.
The research, which was funded by the Gates Foundation and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, was published in Nature Nanotechnology.