The researchers from Polytechnic University hope to collaborate with the government and other organisations for mass usage of the device in the future. Photo: PolyU
The researchers from Polytechnic University hope to collaborate with the government and other organisations for mass usage of the device in the future. Photo: PolyU

Hong Kong researchers develop device that can detect coronavirus in people and the environment, results ready on the spot in 40 minutes

  • The new method is said to be more accurate than rapid tests while faster than PCR examinations
  • Results can be delivered on the spot without the need for a laboratory

The researchers from Polytechnic University hope to collaborate with the government and other organisations for mass usage of the device in the future. Photo: PolyU
The researchers from Polytechnic University hope to collaborate with the government and other organisations for mass usage of the device in the future. Photo: PolyU
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