Bandwidth Blog & Smile 90.4FM Tech Tuesday: Cancer detecting bacteria

A global consortium of researchers has pioneered an innovative technology capable of detecting or potentially treating cancer within challenging-to-access regions like the colon. The team’s breakthrough technique, labelled CATCH (cellular assay for targeted, CRISPR-discriminated horizontal gene transfer), has been documented in a Science paper.

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In this week’s Tech Tuesday segment on Smile 90.4FM we discuss how genetic engineering in bacteria is being used to detect cancer.

Listen down below.