World's fastest camera, created by UCLA engineers, used to detect rogue cancer cells
The ability to distinguish and isolate rare cells from among a large population of assorted cells has become increasingly important for the early detection of disease and for monitoring disease treatments. Achieving good statistical accuracy requires an automated, high-throughput instrument that can examine millions of cells in a reasonably short time. A new optical microscope developed by UCLA engineers could make the tough task a whole lot easier.
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