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Indian chip to decipher the Big Bang!

Incredible progress by these folks.. now I dont really know what this means for all the other areas.. at least we are striking where it matters the most.. the BIG BANG!!

Saha Institute of Nuclear Physics’ (SINP) invention, a product of collaborative research with Semiconductor Complex Ltd of Chandigarh and Aligarh Muslim University, will not only help the global research in taking place at CERN but also benefit common people in several medical and non-medical services.

"The microchip, Multiplexed ANAlog Signal (MANAS) processor, can be used to detect the smallest tumors which, sometimes, cannot be detected by MRI or CAT scan. Since it’s a heavily powerful imaging device it can also detect tissue tumors," said Sukalyan Chattopadhyay, project head of MANAS at SINP.

Saha Institute of Nuclear Physics’ (SINP) invention, a product of collaborative research with Semiconductor Complex Ltd of Chandigarh and Aligarh Muslim University, will not only help the global research in taking place at CERN but also benefit common people in several medical and non-medical services.

"The microchip, Multiplexed ANAlog Signal (MANAS) processor, can be used to detect the smallest tumors which, sometimes, cannot be detected by MRI or CAT scan. Since it’s a heavily powerful imaging device it can also detect tissue tumors," said Sukalyan Chattopadhyay, project head of MANAS at SINP.

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