LuCID success to inspire future engineers at Cambridge University

Published on 11 May 15, under Breath Biopsy, Cancer, Clinical Trials, Media Mentions

The recent award of £1m NHS funding to our LuCID project was made the subject of a piece in the University of Cambridge's Department of Engineering newsletter.

The LuCID (Lung Cancer Indicator Detection) project is researching the early, non-invasive diagnosis of lung cancer by measuring volatile organic compounds in patients' breath. A related project called Breathe Free is bringing together a community of researchers interested in breath-based diagnostics to jointly design an open-source breath sampler. Find out more at

The original article can be downloaded below.


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