3D printed portable smartphone spectrometer for cancer biomarker analysis
Washington State University (Pullman, WA, USA) researchers have developed a smartphone adaptor for detecting cancer that can analyze multiple samples simultaneously and to high quality using 3D printing, creating a low-cost, portable laboratory that can make accurate diagnoses in remote locations.
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