Liquid Sensor for Cancer Detection May Lead to Home Detection Kit

University of Missouri researcher Jae Kwon is developing a real-time liquid acoustic resonant sensor that tests bodily fluids for breast and prostate cancers as well as other diseases-- an amazing device smaller than a human hair! Kwon was recently awarded a $400,000 CAREER award for his sensor work.

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University of Missouri-Columbia (2010, February 17). Small liquid sensor may detect cancer instantly, could lead to home detection kit. ScienceDaily. Retrieved February 17, 2010, from /releases/2010/02/100217114709.htm