NPR: The Snail-Smashing, Fish-Spearing, Eye-Popping Mantis Shrimp The killer punch of the mantis shrimp is the fastest strike in the animal kingdom, a skill that goes hand in hand with its extraordinary eyesight. They can see an invisible level of reality using polarized light, which could lead to a breakthrough in detecting cancer. More information on youtube. Full story on NPR's website.
- National Geographic documentary on bio-inspired sensors for early cancer detection.
- Our work on early cancer detection using an imaging sensor inspired by the visual system of the mantis shrimp was covered by several news outlets. You can read more about it here: Smithsonian Magazine, The Scientist, Discovery News, Engineering News, Giz Magazine, IEEE Spectrum, RT News, Physics News, Peta Pixel, Fox News, Reddit, Alpha One, and many others.
- Our work on wearable goggles that are used in the operating room to assist oncologist in imaging cancerous tissue was covered by several new outlets. You can read more about it here: WashU Outlook, Fox News, Bloomberg, BBC