November 24, 2003
Intel Corp. has made available its chip-making nanotechnology tools to cancer researchers to diagnose and study cancer.
Intel is building a room-sized machine called the Raman Bioanalyzer System at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center in Seattle. It beams lasers onto tiny medical samples to produce images of the molecules’ chemical structures.
The bioanalyzer also will have applications beyond cancer research for detecting single-molecule changes in any living… read more