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McMaster Engineering grads receive James Dyson Award for cancer detection device

19:00 EST 8 Nov 2017 | AAAS

(McMaster University) What started as a final year engineering class project at McMaster University is now an internationally recognized improved solution for the early detection of melanoma, the most dangerous form of skin cancer.Michael Takla, Rotimi Fadiya, Prateek Mathur and Shivad Bhavsar, all graduates of McMaster's Electrical and Biomedical Engineering program, have received the prestigious James Dyson Award and $50K to support the development of The sKan, the team's skin cancer detection device.

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