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RMIT University researchers develop ultra-thin photodetector that can detect shades of light – ZDNet

The technology could potentially be used to help advance the early detection of cancer.

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RMIT University researchers have developed a photodetector that can detect different shades of light in a prototype device made from nano-thin technology. The researchers have touted it could potentially be used to improve biomedical imaging to advance the early detection of health issues like cancer.
According to RMIT, photodetectors are currently unable to sense more than one colour in one device which has meant that photodetectors have remained large and slow.
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