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  • An affordable pocket molecular sensor
  • An affordable pocket molecular sensor
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An affordable pocket molecular sensor

After three years of development, the world's first cheap and accessible molecular spectrometer is entering the market. Costing just $199, the new product – named SCiO – promises to give its owner an instant chemical profile about almost anything, from food to jewellery.

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