Winner Australian Innovation Challenge -Microscope in a needle

microscope in a needle

A team at the University of WA led by Robert McLaughlin and David Sampson has developed this device which has won the Australian Innovation Challenge. Small enough to fit in a needle, this device is based on a medical imaging technique using low power infra-red waves to probe tissue. Its aim is to make cancer surgery safer and more effective.

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