- Through Thursday, July 31
- Live Presentation
- Recommended for grades 6 – 12 and adults
- Approximately 20 minutes; see schedule
- Gordon Current Science & Technology Center
- Free with Exhibit Halls admission; purchase online
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Early detection and treatment of cancer may greatly increase a patient's chances for survival and improve his or her quality of life. An electronic nose offers an inexpensive, non-invasive technology to detect prostate cancer in urine. How does this e-nose work and can it be upgraded to sniff out other cancers as well?
Join us as our on-stage anchor discusses this technology and its implications.