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2016 EUROPEAN PATENT OFFICE INVENTOR AWARD

last modified May 23, 2016 12:01 PM
Helen Lee (Haematology) was selected from 470 nominations by the European Patent Office to be one of the 3 finalists for SAMBA, the technology she and her group have developed. They have greatly simplified the detection of infectious diseases by nucleic acid amplification suitable for resource-poor settings.
Helen Lee (Haematology) was selected from 470 nominations by the European Patent Office to be one of the 3 finalists for SAMBA, the technology she and her group have developed. They have greatly simplified the detection of infectious diseases by nucleic acid amplification suitable for resource-poor settings. Below is a link to the interview the European Patent Office made with Helen, where you can see the technology in action.
 
There is a prize by popular vote and if you would like to show your support for this worthy cause, please use the following link which takes less than a minute to do. The  voting has already started and will end May 31. You can vote once per day everyday until the deadline: 
 

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