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Illuminating to Eliminate Cancer Cells - LIGHT MATTERS 03.2017



What if cancer cells in the body were so visible that doctors could guarantee removal of every last trace? Researchers at Michigan Tech are developing technology that could do just that. Also on this month's show, we learn how researchers at the University of Hong Kong are painting a clearer picture of what dinosaurs may have actually looked like. With only fossils and bones -- and no actual photographs -- left behind, depictions of dinosaurs’ skin have only been scientific speculation. And we debut News in Focus, a monthly rundown of top industry news.

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