A pathogen detecting scanner that uses a combination of mass spectrometry to determine genetic markers of organisms, a database of genetic signatures, and mathematics to identify pathogens and flag unknown organisms in fluids and tissue samples was the overall gold winner in The Wall Street Journal's 2009 Technology Innovation Awards. The winners are highlighted in this article.
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