Remember when Theranos was making huge waves in the med device market just months ago? They’ve taken a pretty awful bludgeoning since then. In a move to regain footing, the company recently debuted a new technology, “miniLab,” at the American Association of Clinical Chemistry’s annual meeting. However, in addition to the fact that miniLab’s technology already exists, the debut was a surprise to the expert attendees who were expecting a straight-up explanation about the company’s original (and completely unrelated) blood-testing device that got CEO and founder Elizabeth Holmes banned from running a clinical testing company. It is still under fire concerning its highly inaccurate test results. Some daresay the miniLab release was a distraction from Theranos’ looming woes, but “forgive and forget” isn’t big on the scientific scene.