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NASA Develops Cancer Sniffing Cellphone [Headlines]

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United States space exploration department creates new technology that easily detects one of the world's most prevalent and deadly diseases.

Sam McNerney
  • 3 february 2012

What if you could use your phone to test the air for toxins? What if you could monitor your health simply by blowing on it? Sounds amazing, right? Nanosensor technology developed by NASA Ames is going to make that a reality. Gizmodo

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