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Diagnostics Analytical science, Biochemistry and molecular biology, Digital and computational pathology

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Raman imaging has already shown promise as a diagnostic tool, both to identify cancer cells in tissue samples and to detect disease biomarkers. But slow imaging and the production of unwieldy amounts of data have thus far hampered its use in clinical settings, where speed and efficiency are essential. In an effort to solve the problem, a team of researchers at École Normale Supérieure in Paris has turned to a most unlikely source: Netflix.

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