The work being done at University of Warwick, in collaboration with Iceni Diagnostics, around developing a new approach to rapid coronavirus diagnostics has been featured on the BBC. On Thursday 25 June, BBC Midlands interviewed Professor Gibson and members of his team - a feature on this can be read on the BBC News web pages. You can also see the news report video here.
New diagnostic tool for rapid detection of Coronavirus being developed by University of Warwick and Partners
Coronavirus diagnostics currently require centralised facilities and collection/distribution of swabs and results are ‘next day’. A new diagnostic tool being developed by the University of Warwick and its partner Iceni Diagnostics may allow on-the-spot detection of Coronavirus infection, without facilities using a simple disposal device.
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