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Caption: Georgia Tech associate professor Hang Lu holds a microfluidic chip that is part of a system used to automatically examine large number of nematodes used for genetic research. The system, shown in the photo, uses artificial intelligence and cutting-edge image processing to detect mutant worms.
Credit: Georgia Tech Photo: Gary Meek
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