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Episode 247: Using optical science as a way to detect COVID-19

Researchers are developing an instrument that analyzes the chemical makeup of a coronavirus sample.

AZSCI 247 Optical Science UA-developed device is designed to analyze coronavirus samples
James C. Wyant College of Optical Sciences, University of Arizona

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Using optical science as a way to detect COVID-19

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Episode 247: University of Arizona professor Tom Milster

Researchers are developing an instrument that analyzes the chemical makeup of a coronavirus sample. University of Arizona professor Tom Milster says the procedure eliminates the need for outside compounds that usually shows if a sample contains COVID-19.

Tom Milster spoke with Leslie Tolbert, Regent’s professor emerita in Neuroscience at the University of Arizona.

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