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A team of UCSB researchers have mimicked the anatomy of a dog's nose to build a highly effective scent detector that could be used to

sniff out explosives and narcotics (Image: Peter Allen/UCSB)

Combining nanotechnology and microfluidics, researchers at UC Santa Barbara have created a high-performance detector that draws inspiration from the anatomy of a dog's nose to accurately identify substances

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Amazing. This will be extremely helpful to police.

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