Alzheimer’s disease patients may soon be able to get a faster, cheaper and more accurate detection of their condition. NUS researchers have developed a system where just a tiny drop of blood is used and the disease can be detected in less than an hour. One of the researchers, Assistant Professor Shao Huilin, principal investigator at the NUS Institute for Health Innovation & Technology, was in the studio to explain how the nano-technology based sensor chip works.
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