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The World’s Smallest Impedance Spectroscopy System in the Form of a Pill Finds Weak Spots in Machines and People

Small as a candy: Waterproof IoT sensor reliably measures the properties of liquids even in hard-to-reach places


Imagine a scenario where you simply just throw in a pill to identify an error—this is now one step closer to reality thanks to the work done by researchers at Fraunhofer IZM in cooperation with Micro Systems Technologies (MST) and Sensry GmbH. As small as a piece of candy, the waterproof IoT ...


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AI predicts future pancreatic cancer

AI model spots those at highest risk for up to three years before diagnosis


An artificial intelligence tool has successfully identified people at the highest risk for pancreatic cancer up to three years before diagnosis using solely the patients’ medical records, according to new research led by investigators at Harvard Medical School and the University of Copenhagen, in ...


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Salmonella Detection

Simple Colorimetric Sensor Rapidly Detects Food Contamination Using a Nucleic Acid Probe


A team of researchers have developed an easy-to-use colorimetric assay for the detection of food contaminated with salmonella. The assay is based on a novel nucleic acid probe that is cleaved by an RNase enzyme specific to the salmonella species. As the team report in the journal Angewandte ...


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Creating an artificial pathologist

Researchers have created a new method to analyze cells in tissue samples from cancer patients using artificial intelligence


A team from the Max Planck Institute for the Science of Light (MPL) and FAU has created a new, fast and precise method for clinicians to analyse cells in tissue samples from cancer patients without the need for a trained pathologist. They use artificial intelligence to evaluate the data their ...


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‘Glow-in-the-dark’ proteins could help diagnose viral diseases

Diagnose diseases more quickly and easily


Despite recent advancements, many highly sensitive diagnostic tests for viral diseases still require complicated techniques to prepare a sample or interpret a result, making them impractical for point-of-care settings or areas with few resources. But now, a team reporting in ACS Central Science ...


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Speeding up diagnostics! Entangled photon pairs to help fighting cancer

Significantly reduced measurement times and enhanced reliability in cancer diagnostics


The recently launched QEED project aims to significantly reduce measurement time in clinical cancer diagnostics by developing a spectrally resolved imaging technique based on entangled photon pairs. FBH scientists will develop the required diode lasers and quantum light modules. The in-house ...


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Fingerprint breakthrough in breast cancer detection

Scientists has successfully developed a pioneering non-invasive method for detecting breast cancer from fingerprints, with 98% accuracy


The researchers found that technology called Matrix Assisted Laser Desorption Ionisation Mass Spectrometry (MALDI MS) can be applied to enhanced fingerprints for the detection of breast cancer. The technology is normally used to map drugs, pharmaceuticals and biological molecules within tissue ...


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AI with infrared imaging enables precise colon cancer diagnostics

Artificial intelligence and infrared imaging automatically classify tumours and are faster than previous methods


The immense progress in the field of therapy options over the past years has significantly improved the chances of cure for patients with colon cancer. However, these new approaches, such as immunotherapies, require precise diagnosis so that they can be specifically tailored to the individual. ...


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Diagnosing cancer in minutes

Identify tumour margins directly in the surgery room: Refined Laser Systems raises €2.7m


Refined Laser Systems, a dynamic biophotonics company specialised in pioneering laser systems for SRS-microscopy and quantum technology, today announces a Seed funding round of €2.7 million led by High-Tech Gründerfonds and APEX Ventures, along with NRW.BANK, Onsight Ventures and Papst Venture ...


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Phage therapy diagnostic platform in global fight against multidrug-resistant infections

Vésale Bioscience receives €1.8M grant from European Innovation Council for PhageDiag project


Vésale Bioscience, a company in the research and development of solutions and treatments using phage therapy for multi-resistant infections, announces it has received €1.8M ($1.9M) in grants fromthe European Innovation Council (EIC) Accelerator Fund for its PhageDiag project, a phagogram using ...


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