Implantable Microsystems for Personalised Anti-Cancer Therapy (IMPACT) is a five-year £5.2 million research project to develop new approaches to cancer treatment using implanted smart sensors on silicon, fabricated in the University of Edinburgh's Scottish Microelectronics Centre.
Joyce Tait, Gill Haddow, Theresa Ikegwuonu
This project is funded by an EPSRC Programme Grant.
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