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    from home and abroad?

    Hi, guys,
    I don't understand the meaning of "from home and abroad and "lab on a chip" in the below sentence.

    Can you explain the meaning? Thank you.

    Developers from home and abroad will demonstrate the capabilities of "lab on a chip" devices.
    Last edited by juliana0403; 28-Jan-2009 at 02:14.

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    Re: from home and abroad?

    From this country and from other countries - from near and far.

    I don't know what the product is, but it sounds like you'll have the capabilities of a full laboratory on one device.

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