The magic of networking was working again: it took the invitation to celebrate 50 years of computing @ CERN to discover this Cancer Research UK project: computer volunteers are invited to identify and count cancer cells.
My Technical Expert Nelson Wootton jumped on this opportunity to ‘prove my theory’.
After 3 funding applications have just been turned down, we now trust ‘under employed professional woman’ Ann Witbrock to turn my latest specifications into code.
Meanwhile, Grandma Got STEM is honouring women like me: always in the minority in science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
- Every person has cancer cells in the body (imabhinavthakur.wordpress.com)
- Getting A Grip On Cancer Cells With A Micrscopic Velcro (fastcoexist.com)
- Battery of Tests on Cancer Cells Shows Them as ‘squishy,’ Yet Tactically Strong (medindia.net)
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