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LudusScope Turns Microbiology Into Real Games

At Stanford University microbiologists were worried that their field is not attracting young talent because there’s not enough tools and games to play with real microbes. Hoping to overcome this, they developed a smartphone microscopy system, called LudusScope, that can be used to play games with real light sensitive eukaryotes. The system is made of simple […] This post LudusScope Turns Microbiology Into Real Games appeared first on Medgadget.
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