Nanoco, the University of Manchester spin-out specializing in cadmium-free quantum dots (CFQDs), is involved in a new project to improve diagnostic imaging of some of the deadliest forms of cancer – including pancreatic tumors.

Better known for their potential in displays technology, the CFQDs can also be used as fluorescent biomarkers and have already featured in early studies for in vivo mapping of breast cancer and sentinel lymph nodes. Read more . . .

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