Ga. university wins $1.1M to refine laser technology for flu detection

01/30/2013 | Atlanta Journal-Constitution, The

The NIH awarded $1.1 million to researchers at the University of Georgia to study laser technology that could help detect the flu. Researchers have been using laser beams to "fingerprint" the flu virus, and they say the method could help doctors quickly diagnose patients as well as provide early detection for potential severe flu outbreaks.

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