Luke's personal (hobby) web-log
I love this: a 15-year old kid comes up with a new way of detecting pancreatic cancer. It’s “90% accurate, 400 times more sensitive, and 26,000 times less expensive than existing methods.” Way to go:
Make via Carpe Diem.
08. August 2012 by luke
Categories: education, Science |
Tags: cancer, diagnosis, health, medicine, nanotubes, pancreas, science, science fair, young, youth |
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