A New Way To Detect Cancer Early

A New Way To Detect Cancer Early 

 

A prototype device employs the same magnetic phenomenon used to write data to computer hard drives.

A new system for detecting cancer proteins uses the same magnetic phenomenon that lets computer hard drives read and write data. The Stanford University researchers developing the system hope that it will detect cancer in its earlier stages, when it’s easier to treat. MagArray, a startup in Sunnyvale, CA, will commercialize the technology.

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Flowlight Concept: Writing in the Air

Flowlight Concept: Writing in the Air

A pen enabling the user to write and sketch in the air. By focusing a laser beam 100 times a second into a point in the space, the flowlight creates small plasma points that glow in mid-air. A series of points create a continuous glowing line that looks like a line. This product can be used in various applications from medicine to architecture.

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