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Professor Alan Murray develops tiny sensors to observe tumours

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References

TitleEyelash-sized sensors to be put in tumours
Media name/outletThe Scotsman
Date of coverage14/03/13
TitleSensors could monitor cancer
Media name/outletThe Press and Journal
Date of coverage14/03/13
TitleEyelash-sized sensors made to monitor cancer tumours
Media name/outletThe Edinburgh Evening News
Date of coverage14/03/13
TitleTiny implants signal new way to treat cancer
Media name/outletThe Free Press Journal
Date of coverage14/03/13
TitleTiny implants signal new way to treat cancer tumors
Media name/outletMedical Xpress
Date of coverage14/03/13
TitleTiny implants signal new way to treat cancer
Media name/outletDeccan Chronicle
Date of coverage14/03/13
TitleTiny implants signal new way to treat cancer tumors
Media name/outletEurekalert
Date of coverage14/03/13
TitleTiny implants signal new way to treat cancer
Media name/outletPress Trust of India
Date of coverage14/03/13
TitleChips could guide cancer treatments
Media name/outletEircom.net
Date of coverage13/03/13
TitleChips could guide cancer treatments
Media name/outletBreaking News.ie
Date of coverage13/03/13
TitleScientists develop miniature chips to "spy" on a cancer tumours
Media name/outletThe Irish Independent
Date of coverage13/03/13
TitleChips could guide cancer treatments
Media name/outletThe Irish Examiner
Date of coverage13/03/13
TitleTiny implants signal new way to treat cancer tumours
Media name/outletIndia Infoline
Date of coverage13/03/13
TitleScientists conduct clinical trials to develop miniature chips
Media name/outletTopNews
Date of coverage14/03/13
TitleTiny implants signal new way to treat cancer tumours
Media name/outletThe Times of India
Date of coverage7/04/13

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