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This new nanocube camera could improve surgeries, food inspections and farming

The new camera could be used for a variety of purposes, including inspecting food and cancer surgery. Image: Landon Martin/Unsplash

Ken Kingery

Senior Science Communications Specialist, Pratt School of Engineering at Duke University

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