London: A fibre-optics device as thin as human hair, which could allow doctors to see inside the hardest to reach and delicate human body parts has been developed by scientists, including an Indian-origin professor. Scientists at the University of St Andrews, led by Dr Tomas Cizmar and Indian-origin Professor Kishan Dholakia developed a technique which for the first time allowed the transmission of accurate images along a single strand of fibre optic cable.
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