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Nature’s elegant and efficient vision systems can detect cancer
“Mantis shrimp eyes are inspiring the design of new cameras that can detect a variety of cancers and visualise brain activity.”
Scientists Develop Mantis Shrimp-Inspired Sensors That Can Detect Cancer
“Mantis shrimp, or stomatopods, are remarkable marine crustaceans. They’re feisty little creatures that aren’t afraid to whip out their record-breaking punch that can strike at a similar acceleration to a bullet exiting the muzzle of a gun.”
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“Unpolarized light can also undergo polarization by reflection off of nonmetallic surfaces.”
“Polarization is a phenomenon peculiar to transverse waves.”
“The chemical basis of vision depends upon the absorption of light (electromagnetic radiation) by special pigments in the eye.”
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