London-based start-up Lancor Scientific to receive Austrian government funding
Five-years worth of grants will be used to fund a laboratory centre in Graz, research equipment and academic expertise to develop cancer screening technology. Following trails with the NHS, which saw medtech start-up Lancor Scientifics improve upon the current 60% to 70% accuracy for cervical cancer screening by pathologists, the new centre plans to achieve 90% accuracy with its patented Tumour Trace OMIS (Opto-magnetic Imaging Spectroscopy) device by using artificial intelligence (A.I). The...
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