Kiwi tech incubator Powerhouse invests in trans-Tasman collaboration for cancer detection probe

Fiona Rotherham
Fri, 10 Jun 2016

By Fiona Rotherham June 10 (BusinessDesk) - Technology incubator Powerhouse Ventures is backing a new company developing a cancer-detecting magnetic probe based on collaborative Australia and New Zealand university research. Wellington-based nanoparticle specialist Boutiq Science and researchers from the University of South Australia have developed a magnetometer probe that is aimed at improving outcomes for cancer patients. It allows surgeons to more easily detect the spread of cancer throughout the body using magnetic tracers. Now wo...

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