SPIRE SIGN IN Register

Spirethoughts

Spire's six most recent Spirethoughts.

Countries fight Covid-19 crisis with economic bailout packages
EU offers more market access to Vietnam
EU offers more market access to Vietnam
The Coronavirus spells trouble for the pharma industry in India and gl...
Will electric cars be more enjoyable to drive
Will electric cars be more enjoyable to drive?
Drones: Winging it like a bird
The World Bank’s USD212 million Green loan for Vietnam
The World Bank’s USD212 million Green loan for Vietnam

The nanotech disease detector

What if a scanner could detect diseases even before a patient shows symptoms? The revolutionary break-through by Nanobiosym – a company based in Cambridge – provides handheld diagnostic machines that use nanotechnology to identify a range of serious diseases such as HIV in minutes.

The precision control technology enables the diagnosis of a disease using genetic fingerprints in real-time. For instance, the device can detect the Ebola virus even before symptoms are visible in patients.

With over 4 billion people worldwide who do not have access to basic healthcare, this kind of innovation can be a critical life-saver.

Can nanotechnology revolutionize the detection of life-threatening diseases in real-time?


For media enquiries, please contact:

Nidhi Singh
Assistant Manager, Group Corporate Communications
Spire Research and Consulting
Phone: (91) 124 646 5499
E-mail: nidhi.singh@spireresearch.com

Back to Top

Back to Home
BTBTBTBTBTBT