Anne Li March 11th, 2018
Dr Sarah Bohndiek, a physicist from the University of Cambridge, received a Pioneer Award with her colleague Dr George Gordon in 2017. They’re hoping to use the full rainbow of light to detect the changes in cells lining the oesophagus that might develop into cancer. Cancer Research UK decided to catch up with her to see where they’re projects have taken them, if they’ve discovered anything surprising and any challenges that have cropped up along the way.
See original article at: http://scienceblog.cancerresearchuk.org/2018/03/09/british-science-week-2018-how-our-pioneers-are-exploring-cancer/